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A solid has molecules that are
a) none existing
b) loosely packed together and move slowly
c) loosely packed together and most fast
d) tightly packed together

Example of heat transfer
a) radiation
b) conduction
c) convection
d) all of the above

Energy in motion is
a) Kinetic Energy
b) Potential Energy
c) Insulator
d) Conductor

Stored energy is
a) Kinetic Energy
b) Chemical Change
c) Potential Energy
d) Physical Change

Burning wood is an example of
a) Physical Change
b) Chemical Change
c) changing color of the wood
d) Radiation

If we paint our classroom lime green we are making a
a) Chemical Change
b) making a new substance
c) Physical Change
d) huge mistake!

Radiation is
a) heat transfer by two objects touching
b) heat transfer through a liquid or a gas
c) heat transfer through cold objects
d) heat transfer through electromagnetic waves

Metals and other materials that transfer heat and electricity easily are
a) Conductors
b) Insulators
c) Conduction
d) Insulation

Materials that do not allow heat or electricity to transfer easily are
a) Conductors
b) Insulators
c) Radiation
d) Convection

Putting a pan on a hot stove top burner is an example of
a) Conduction
b) Radiation
c) Convection
d) None of the above

Hot air rising in a hot air balloon is an example of
a) Convection
b) Conduction
c) Radiation
d) None of the above

Hanging wet clothes outside to dry is
a) Radiation
b) Conduction
c) Convection
d) All of the above

The sun is attracted to
a) the color black
b) the color white
c) dark colors
d) light colors

An example of solid is
a) desk
b) pencil
c) water bottle
d) All of the above

Liquid is an example of
a) Suntan lotion
b) paper
c) steam
d) plastic container

Gas is an example of
a) water vapor
b) pencil shavings
c) dirt
d) hand sanitizer

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