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Mechanical to Electrical
a) Electric Motor b) Electric Generator c) d)
Electrical to Mechanical
a) Electric Motor b) Electric Generator c) d)
Nonrenewable energy resources include all of the following except.
a) Coal b) Hydrogen Fuel Cell c) Uranium d) Oil
Right Hand Rule - your fingers represent...
a) Electron Flow b) Magnetic Field c) Poles d)
Why do fossil fuels account for most of the world's energy use?
a) Nonpolluting b) Distributed evenly throughout the world c) Relatively cheap and readily available d)
Generating electric current by moving an electrical conductor relative to a magnetic field.
a) Electromagnetic Force b) Electromagnetic Induction (Electric Generator) c) Magnetic Field d)
When you change the direction of current of an electromagnet in an electric motor....
a) The electromagnet turns off b) Mechanical energy is converted to electrical energy c) The magnetic field reverses direction d)
Where is a magnet the strongest?
a) The middle b) The South Pole c) The north and south poles d)
More wraps will make an electromagnet....
a) Weaker b) Stronger c) d)
When you break a magnet into two pieces...
a) You get one magnet b) You get two north and two south poles c) You get two north poles. d)
The south pole of a magnet _______________.
a) Repels the North Pole b) Attracts the North Pole c) Will attract to an aluminum can d)
What type of circuit only has one path for electricity?
a) Series b) Parallel c) d)
Coal burning power plant
a) Mechanical - chemical - electrical b) Electrical - mechanical - chemical c) Chemical - heat (thermal) - mechanical - electrical d)
Energy stored in oil
a) Thermal b) Chemical c) Nuclear d)
The amount of light produced compared to the electricity that goes into the light.....
a) More than b) Less than c) Equal to d)
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