Potential And Kinetic Energy And Energy Transformations: Question Preview (ID: 18902)


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__ is the ability to do work or cause change.
a) gravity b) energy c) electricity d) friction
All energy is classified as either __ energy or __ energy.
a) kinetic; potential b) static; stationary c) gravity; friction d) elastic; static
__ is the energy of motion.
a) kinetic energy b) potential energy c) static energy d) moving energy
__ is stored energy.
a) potential energy b) kinetic energy c) stationary energy d) friction energy
__ is the energy that an object has because of its position.
a) potential energy b) height potential energy c) gravitational potential energy d) standing potential energy
Energy cannot be created of destroyed, it can only be __ from one form to another.
a) changed b) transferred c) moved d) seen
__ is the energy stored in the chemicals that make up an object.
a) chemical potential energy b) chemical kinetic energy c) object potential energy d) potential energy
__ is the energy that is stored in a stretched object that can snap back.
a) elastic potential energy b) springy potential energy c) elastic kinetic energy d) rubber band energy
The __ states that although energy may change from one form to another, energy is not created or destroyed.
a) law of potential energy b) law of conservation of energy c) law of energy use d) law of energy change
__ is a force that acts between the surfaces of materials that come in touch with each other.
a) gravity b) heat c) friction d) force
Which of the following correctly states the law of conservation of energy?
a) Energy cannot be created or destroyed but can be changed from one form to another. b) Energy can be created or destroyed and can also be changed from one form to another. c) Energy is created when it is converted from one form to another. d) In most systems, some energy is destroyed and lost as heat.
Which is an example of gravitational potential energy?
a) a stretched rubber band b) a rock resting on a the top of a hill c) a rock rolling down a hill d) a burning log
A ball rolls on a flat surface and stops. What caused the ball to lose all its kinetic energy?
a) gravitational potential energy b) elastic potential energy c) friction d) chemical potential energy
What is an example of elastic potential energy?
a) a stretched rubber band b) a rock resting on the top of a hill c) a rock rolling down a hill d) a burning log
Which is an example of chemical potential energy?
a) a stretched rubber band b) a rock resting on the top of a hil c) a rock rolling down a hill d) a burning log
A baseball rests on a tabletop. What type of potential energy is stored in the baseball based on its position on the table?
a) heat b) chemical c) elastic d) gravitational
Which of these is the best example of chemical potential energy being converted into thermal energy?
a) burning candle b) ball on a hill c) stretched bow d) weight on a spring
An object moves rapidly as it is thrown upward. Its motion slows as it reaches a maximum height, and then it falls back down. What causes the upward motion to become slower?
a) The kinetic energy is converted to wind energy. b) The kinetic energy is converted to gravitational potential energy. c) The gravitational potential energy is converted to kinetic energy. d) The gravitational potential energy is converted to light energy.
A rubber band is stretched between a person’s fingers and then released. This best demonstrates
a) products and reactants. b) friction and air resistance. c) physical and chemical changes. d) potential and kinetic energy.
Which type of energy is converted when fireworks release heat, light, and sound?
a) kinetic energy b) elastic potential energy c) chemical potential energy d) electromagnetic energy
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