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Which of the following has the most kinetic energy?
a) A car at 80 kph b) A tractor-trailor traveling at 80m kph c) A cheetah running 80 kph d) A motorcycle traveling at 80 kph
When is kinetic energy transferred from object to object?
a) WHen those objects pass one another b) When the first object outweighs the second object c) When the first object has more potential energy that the second object d) When those objects collide
When does an object have no kinetic energy?
a) When it's at rest b) When it's moving very slowly c) When the only force that's acting on it is gravity d) When it has no electrical charge
What is the best synonym for potential energy?
a) Energy of motion b) Energy due to gravity c) Stored energy d) Mechanical
Kinetic and potential energy are the two types of energy that relate to:
a) Motion b) Change c) Friction d) Density
When does a yoyo have the most potential energy?
a) When it's at its lowest point b) When it's at its top speed c) When its at the top d) When it\'s moving between its lowest and highest point
In a generator, kinetic energy is transformed into
a) Electricity b) Solar power c) Potential energy d) Motion
The amount of kinetic energy an object has depends on its
a) Mass and volume b) Mass and speed c) Speed and density d) Volume and friction
What is kinetic energy?
a) The energy an object has due to its position or condition b) The energy an object has due to its atomic structure c) The energy an object has due to its chemical composition d) The energy an object has due to its motion
What is potential energy?
a) The energy an object has due to its position or condition b) The energy an object has due to its atomic structure c) The energy an object has due to its chemical composition d) The energy an object has due to its motion
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