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Conduction, Convection, Radiation.

If you leave a metal spoon in a bowl of hot soup, then grab the sppon, you feel heat! This is an example of
a) Radiation
b) Molecules moving.
c) Convection
d) Conduction

Brownies bake in a glass pan by heat waves going through the pan. This is an example of:
a) Radiation
b) Absorption
c) Convection
d) Conduction

Fruit cooking from the steam coming from boiling water is an example of:
a) Radiation
b) Absorption
c) Convection
d) Conduction

Heat transfers from:
a) Warm to cold
b) heat does not transfer often.
c) Only by touching something
d) Cold to warm

Dark colors ______________ heat while light colors ______________ it.
a) reflect; absorb
b) allow flow of; do not allow
c) absorb, reflect
d) absorb; trap

Warm molecules____________________________.
a) Expand and rise
b) Condense and rise.
c) Expand and sink
d) Condense and sink

A marshmallow held over a flame is cooked by_____________________.
a) Conduction
b) Radiation
c) Absorbtion
d) Convection

Air molecules are warmed by the Earth's surface. This is an example of:
a) Conduction
b) Absorption
c) Radiation
d) Convection

The cycle of cool air sinking and pushing up warm air is called __________________.
a) Radiatoin
b) Greenhouse Effect
c) Coriolis Effect
d) Convection current

The Earth receives energy from the sun by _________________.
a) Energy
b) heat
c) Radiation
d) Convection

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