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The capacity or power to do work
a) fuel cell b) energy c) kinetic energy d) fusion
A renewable source of energy
a) hydro-electric b) coal c) oil d) natural gas
disadvantage of solar cell power
a) clean source of power b) burning causes environmental problems in the atmoshphere c) renewable d) now power on cloudy days
The three ingredients for creating electricity are:
a) magnets,copper wire,spinning movement b) sunlight,water,wind c) coal,oil,natural gas d) power plant, energy source, conductors
A coal fired plant:
a) burns coal, to turn a turbine, to create steam, to magnets past copper wires, to create power b) uses hydroelecticity c) uses photovoltaics d) burns coal, to create steam, to turn a turbine, to turn magnets past copper wires, to create power
Advantage of burning biomass
a) non-renewable b) helps keep forests healthy c) good for the atmoshpere d) good in desert areas
Hydro electricity is a renewable source of energy (T/F)
a) True b) False c) d)
Which power generating source does not involve a spinning motion?
a) wind b) hydro c) solar d) nuclear
Nuclear fusion
a) involves the splitting of larger atoms into smaller atoms b) happens in nuclear power plants c) involves joining of two smaller atoms into a bigger atom d) does not happen in the sun
why keep burning coal?
a) cheaper b) clean c) renewable d) kinnetic
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