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A radio converts electric energy into __________ energy
a) sound b) mechanical c) chemical d) potential
The sun transfers heat to the Earth through__________________
a) conduction b) convection c) radiation d) gravity
Moving electric charges produce electricity, and _______________ is the energy they carry.
a) sound b) light c) mechanical d) electric
When the _______________ of an object increases, its particles move faster, making it feel warm to the touch.
a) chemical b) heat c) sound d) light
Energy is stored as ________________ in the foods we eat. It is also stored in batteries and in a match that is used to light a candle.
a) sound b) heat c) mechanical d) chemical
Energy that is stored is considered to be _______________ energy.
a) kinetic b) potential c) heat d) mechanical
Energy in motion is considered to be _____________ energy.
a) kinetic b) work c) potential d) chemical
_____________ is the ability to do work.
a) energy b) work c) force d) gravity
A pot of boiling water transfers heat through
a) convection b) conduction c) radiation d) gravity
Your hand gets burned when touching a hot stove because of
a) radiation b) convection c) force d) conduction
A roller coaster car has the most ___________ energy at the bottom of a hill
a) sound b) potential c) kinetic d) chemical
A car converts chemical energy into ________ energy
a) sound b) light c) potential d) mechanical
An ice cube melts in your hand because of
a) radiation b) convection c) conduction d) chemical energy
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