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Define Convection.
a) the transfer of heat energy in air or a fluid through currents b) transfer of heat energy between two solid materials that are physically touching each other c) the transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves d) energy stored in an object because of its position
Define Conduction.
a) transfer of heat energy between two solid materials that are physically touching each other b) the transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves c) the transfer of heat energy in air or a fluid through currents d) energy stored in an object because of its position
Define Radiation.
a) the transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves b) transfer of heat energy between two solid materials that are physically touching each other c) the transfer of heat energy in air or a fluid through currents d) energy an object has due to its motion
Define Energy Transfer.
a) refers to the ways in which energy can be moved, for example heat transfer by convection, conduction b) the process of changing energy from one form to another c) energy stored in an object because of its position d) energy an object has due to its motion
Define Energy Transformation.
a) the process of changing energy from one form to another b) refers to the ways in which energy can be moved, for example heat transfer by convection, conduction c) energy an object has due to its motion d) energy stored in an object because of its position
Bouncing a ball is an example of
a) Kinetic energy b) Potential energy c) Solar energy d) Light/Radiant Energy
Heat/Themal energy always moves from
a) warmer to cooler. b) cooler to warmer. c) north to south. d) east to west.
In conduction, objects have to _________ for energy to be transferred.
a) touch b) move c) remain still d) jump
An example of convection you can see at home is
a) water boiling b) using the microwave to heat your burrito. c) washing your hands d) doing your homework
In nature, what is an example of convection?
a) wind b) rain c) sunshine d) tree
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