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What is a source of heat energy?
a) friction b) water c) air d) nothing
What does temperature mean?
a) a measurement of how much it rained b) a measurement of how much something weighs c) a measurement of the number of molecules d) a measurement of hot and cold
Are noodles in a pot caused by heat energy?
a) yes b) no c) maybe d) none of the above
Conduction is the --- of heat from ---- to another.
a) Conduction is the charge from one object to another. b) Conduction is the transfer of heat from one object to another. c) Conduction is the loss of heat from one object to another. d) None of the above
What are the sources of heat energy?
a) air, fuels, dirt b) friction, air, gas c) fuels, friction, lightning, radiant energy (the Sun) d) nothing
Heat energy moves from -- things to -- things.
a) solid things to liquid things b) cool things to warm things c) warm things to cool things d) liquid things to gas things
When an egg is cooked in a pan on the stove, the egg is heated by ----.
a) fire b) conduction c) convection d) friction
What material is a good conductor?
a) wood b) metal c) glass d) plastic
When ice melts, is that caused by heat energy?
a) yes b) no c) maybe d) I don't know.
What happens when an object has more heat energy?
a) the slower the particles move and the colder its temperature gets b) the faster the particles move and the hotter its temperature gets c) it freezes d) nothing
What is the change from a liquid state to a gas state?
a) evaporation b) freeze c) condensation d) metls
What materials is a good insulator?
a) everything b) glass c) metal d) plastic and wood
What do we use to measure temperature?
a) rain gauge b) thermometer c) measuring cup d) ruler
When you wear clothes in the winter, the clothes are considered to be an ---.
a) conductor b) insulator c) conduction d) nothing
An example of heat energy is:
a) wet socks being dried in the clothes dryer b) dirt c) air d) nothing
What is a source of heat energy?
a) wood b) plastic c) lightning (natural sources) d) wire
What is a source of heat energy?
a) radiant heat (the Sun) b) paper c) metal d) glass
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