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Energy is
a) the capacity for activity or work b) push or pull on an object c) best attained through taking in large quantities of caffeine d) only found in one form
The cells in the nervous system of the human body communicate via this type of energy:
a) nuclear energy b) elastic energy c) electrical energy d) potential energy
Which of the following is an example of radiant energy?
a) heat b) roller coaster at the top of a hill c) cheese burger d) sunlight
Which of the following is an example of chemical energy?
a) apples b) gasoline c) cheese burger d) all of the above
A roller coaster at rest at the top of a hill has
a) kinetic energy b) potential energy c) both of these d)
A ball suspended in the air has gravitational energy and once it is dropped it has both gravitational and motion energy until it hits the ground.
a) True b) False c) d)
Which of the following is not an example of kinetic energy?
a) elastic energy b) thermal energy c) electrical energy d) motion energy
The Law of Conservation of Energy states that:
a) Energy cannot be created b) Energy cannot be destroyed c) Energy can be changed d) All of these
Energy that is stored in the core of an atom is
a) nuclear energy b) chemical energy c) elastic energy d) radiant energy
Gravitational energy is the energy stored in an object due to its vertical position (height)
a) True b) False c) d)
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