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Motion of an object that changing its position in space, such as a rock thrown at a car
a) translational motion b) rotational motion c) circular motion d) kinesthetic motion
Which of the following is not 1 of the main 4 factors that affect an object’s rotational energy?
a) rotational angle b) size c) shape d) mass
The motion or forces that affect a whole object
a) mechanical energy b) thermal energy c) radiant energy d) nonmechanical energy
Internal kinetic energy due to random motions of individual molecules
a) thermal energy b) radiant energy c) kinetic energy d) mechanical energy
X-rays are an example of
a) radiant energy b) kinetic energy c) thermal energy d) mechanical energy
Energy from the electromagnetic spectrum make up
a) radiant energy b) kinetic energy c) thermal energy d) mechanical energy
Energy that involves moving particles is
a) kinetic b) elastic potential c) radiant d) gravity potential
The SI unit for energy is
a) Joule b) Pascal c) Newton d) Watt
Energy that is able to pass through objects is
a) radiant energy b) kinetic energy c) thermal energy d) mechanical energy
The Earth spinning on its internal axis is demonstrating
a) rotational motion b) translational motion c) circular motion d) kinesthetic motion
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