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What is a machine that is made up of two or more simple machines?
a) compound machine b) screw c) effort machine d) simple machine
The rate at which work is done is _______________.
a) force b) work c) pressure d) power
What is a machine that does work with only one movement and changes the direction of a force?
a) compound machine b) screw c) effort machine d) simple machine
What is a simple machine that is a flat, sloped/slanted surface, or ramp??
a) wedge b) screw c) inclined plane d) wheel and axle
A green plant has ___________ energy.
a) electrical b) kinetic c) chemical d) thermal
_____________ is an alternative resource.
a) Coal b) Natural gas c) Wind d) Oil
A blimp flying around over the Super Bowl has ______________ energy.
a) kinetic and potential b) kinetic and chemical c) potential and radiant d) kinetic and electrical
Most plants use a _____________ to turn a generator.
a) turbine b) motor c) phototvoltaic d) engine
A photovoltaic converts ___________ energy
a) electrical to radiant b) chemical to electrical c) radiant to thermal d) radiant to electrical
What is a simple machine that is an inclined plane wrapped around a cylinder post?
a) lever b) ramp c) screw d) wedge
If you are standing on both feet and then stand on one foot, you have ___________ the pressure on the ground.
a) not changed b) increased c) decreased d) depends on your motion
In a hydraulic system, the force exerted on the large piston is _____________ the force exerted on the small piston.
a) greater than b) less than c) not related to d) the same as
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