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A solar cell is used to convert ______ energy into electricity
a) Hydroelectric b) Wind c) Solar d) Geothermal
The main energy source for operating automobiles is
a) Petroleum. b) Coal. c) Natural gas. d) Geothermal.
Of the following, the element used to fuel nuclear power plants is
a) Hydrogen. b) Titanium. c) Uranium. d) Radium.
Which of the following resources is classified as a renewable energy resource?
a) Geothermal b) Natural gas c) Oil d) Nuclear
Which of the following resources has the highest level of cost when used?
a) Nuclear b) Coal c) Wind d) Hydroelectric
Which of the following resources has the least chance of being used 50 years from now?
a) Solar b) wind c) Coal d) Petroleum
Hydroelectric power is produced by
a) converting energy from radioactive elements into electricity. b) converting water electricity. c) capturing static electricity from falling water. d) using falling water to turn turbines to turn generators that produce electricity.
Cars of the future will have which of the following advantages?
a) More energy efficient than gasoline only engines. b) They will pollute less. c) Higher cost d) Both A and B
An increase in which of the following gases in the atmosphere contributes most to global warming?
a) Carbon dioxide b) Oxygen c) Nitrogen d) Methane
Most of Earth's freshwater is
a) water in the ground. b) surface water. c) frozen. d) found in oceans.
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