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How does a glass of juice become cold when you add ice to it?
a) Ice is colder than the juice. The cold travels from cold to warm until both items are the same temperature. b) The juice is warmer than the ice. Heat travels in one direction until both items are the same temperature. c) The ice makes the glass colder so the juice becomes colder. d) The ice cools the glass of juice because the slow moving particles in the ice cause the particles of the juice to slow down.
How are thermal energy, heat and temperature related?
a) They are not related. b) Temperature measures heat which caused thermal energy. c) Thermal energy that is transferred from matter at a higher temperature to matter at a lower temperature is called heat. d) Only heat and temperature are related.
If two objects have different temperatures, heat will flow
a) from the colder object to the warmer object b) from the warmer object to the colder object c) back and forth from one object to the other object d) up and then sink
Which is an example of convection?
a) heat on your skin from the sun b) soup heating a metal spoon c) heat from baseboard heaters filling the room d) fiberglass insulation
Which is an example of radiation?
a) heat on your skin from the sun b) soup heating a metal spoon c) heat from baseboard heaters filling the room d) fiberglass insulation
The movement of thermal energy from a warmer object to a cooler object is called
a) temperature b) heat c) thermal energy d) convection current
A measure of the average kinetic energy of the individual particles is called
a) heat b) thermal energy c) temperature d) convection current
A material that easily transfers heat is called
a) conductor b) insulator c) temperature d) convection current
Which is not an example of a conductor?
a) aluminum foil b) copper wire c) fiberglass d) silver
A material that does not conduct heat well is called a(n)
a) conductor b) insulator c) temperature d) convection current
Which is not an example of an insulator?
a) rug b) cardboard c) cotton d) aluminum foil
Which is an example of conduction?
a) heat on your skin from the sun. b) soup heating a metal spoon c) heat from baseboard heaters filling the room d) fiberglass insulation
Heat is transferred through a fluid in a circular motion is called
a) conduction b) convection c) radiation d) temperature
Heat is transferred from one particle of matter to another without the movement of the matter itself is called
a) conduction b) convection c) radiation d) temperature
The transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves is called
a) conduction b) convection c) radiation d) temperature
The energy that an object has due to the motion of its particles is called
a) thermal energy b) kinetic energy c) potential energy d) heat
The handle of a pot is covered with wood. Which type of heat transfer does the wood reduce?
a) conduction b) convection c) radiation d) potential energy
The outside of some windows are covered with a thin shiny metal coating. Which type of heat transfer does the coating reduce?
a) conduction b) convection c) radiation d) potential energy
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