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Dams are needed for:
a) Geothermal Energy b) Hydropower c) Biomass Energy d) Solar Energy
Methane gas produced by a landfill is one example of:
a) Geothermal Energy b) Hydropower c) Biomass Energy d) Solar Energy
The energy source created in the Earth's core by the radioactive decay of natural elements is known as:
a) Geothermal Energy b) Hydropower c) Biomass Energy d) Solar Energy
The energy source that produces the largest amount of useable energy but produces waste that must be monitored for thousands of years is known as:
a) Electrical Energy b) Nuclear Energy c) Chemical Energy d) Thermal Energy
This energy source is created by the fusion of hydrogen atoms into helium atoms:
a) Geothermal Energy b) Hydropower c) Energy from Biomass d) Solar Energy
Huge turbines harness the force of the wind to turn a turbine and generate energy:
a) Geothermal Energy b) Hydropower c) Energy from Biomass d) Energy from wind
The element required to make nuclear energy is:
a) Hydrogen b) Helium c) Carbon d) Uranium
Energy sources that produce tons of energy but have some negative side effects are known as:
a) Renewable Energy Sources b) Nonrenewable Energy Sources c) Man-Made Energy Sources d) No such sources exist.
Energy sources that can be continually produced and have few negative side effects are known as:
a) Renewable Energy Sources b) Nonrenewable Energy Sources c) Man Made Energy Sources d) No such sources exist.
Light or radiant energy travels...
a) in a straight line b) in waves c) through space d) in a straight line, in waves, and through space
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