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Which of the following is caused by heat energy?
a) water freezing b) ice melting c) cold milk d)
As things gain heat energy, they get warmer.
a) true b) false c) d)
Temperature is
a) a measurement of hot and cold b) a measurement of speed c) location d)
We get heat from the sun through
a) convection b) radiant energy c) conduction d)
An example of a natural heat source
a) ovens b) a geyser c) an electric heater d)
The temperature of an object CANNOT change.
a) true b) false c) d)
Heat energy moves through solids the same way it moves through liquids and gases.
a) true b) false c) d)
Heat moves easiest through
a) gases b) liquids c) solids d)
Heat moves through solids by
a) conduction b) convection c) radiant energy d)
An example of a good conductor is
a) wood b) metal c) plastic d)
An example of a good insulator is plastic.
a) true b) false c) d)
The movement of heat through liquids and solids is called
a) conduction b) convection c) radiant energy d)
Your body tries to stay at
a) 90.2 degrees farenheit b) 98.6 degrees farenheit c) 32 degrees farenheit d)
The particles of an object with LESS heat energy moves slower than the particles of an object with MORE heat energy.
a) true b) false c) d)
At what temperature does water boil?
a) 32 degrees farenheit b) 98 degrees farenheit c) 212 degrees farenheit d)
At what temperature does water freeze?
a) 32 degrees farenheit b) 98 degrees farenheit c) 212 degrees farenheit d)
___________ is the rubbing together of two objects.
a) temperature b) friction c) fuel d)
Heat energy can be from natural sources.
a) true b) false c) d)
Earth's heat that is buried deep underground is
a) conduction b) radiant energy c) geothermal heat d)
Our most important source of energy is
a) stars b) the sun c) moon d)
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