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A serving of pasta provides 300 calories. This type of energy is called
a) chemical b) mechanical c) nuclear d) electromagnetic
The motion of charged particles that powers a fan. This type of energy is called
a) chemical b) nuclear c) electromagnetc d) mechanical
A diver stands at the edge of diving board. This type of energy is called
a) kinetic b) potential c) both types d) neither
Ginga powe plant in Sodus collects the energy from the center of the atom. This type of energy is called
a) chemical b) mechanical c) electromagnetic d) nuclear
Riding your bike down a hill is and example of
a) potential energy b) kinetic energy c) both types d) neither types
Turning a generator with your hand to produce electricity is
a) mechanical energy b) chemical energy c) nuclear energy d) electromagnetic energy
When a ball is at the top of its bounce it has high amounts of
a) potential energy b) kinetic energy c) both types d) neither types
When a ball bounces and hits the ground, some energy is lost because of
a) conservation of energy b) nuclear power c) friction d) electromagnetic energy
Which would be the energy conversions necessary for you to make toast?
a) electrical to heat b) heat to electical c) solar to heat d) chemical to electrical
Which would be the energy conversions necessary for you to talk on the telephone?
a) electric to sound to sound b) sound to sound to electric c) sound to electric to sound d) chemical to nuclear to sound
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