Kinetic and Potential Energy
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• Question 1
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What is stored energy?

potential energy

This is the energy related to motion.

This is the energy that an object has because of its position or condition rather than its motion.

kinetic energy

• Question 2
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What is an example of stored energy? (Choose all that apply.)

charged battery

rolling ball

coiled spring

elevated weight

• Question 3
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What is weight?

how long or tall something is

the amount of matter an object contains

It is the same as mass.

the force gravity applies to an object

• Question 4
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What is the main difference between mass and weight?

There is no difference.

Weight is a force, and mass is not.

Mass is a force, and weight is not.

Mass has to do with the size of an object, and weight does not.

• Question 5
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What is mass?

how much something weighs

how tightly packed an object is

the force gravity applies to an object

the amount of matter an object contains

• Question 6
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What is height?

the measurement from head to foot

the measurement from base to top

the force gravity applies to an object

how tightly packed an object is

• Question 7
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What is gravity?

the force which tries to pull two objects toward each other

the weight of an object

the mass of an object

the speed of an object

• Question 8
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What is gravitational energy?

It is a type of potential energy.

It is a type of kinetic energy.

It is the energy held by an object because of its high position compared to a lower position.

It is an energy associated with gravity.

• Question 9
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What is force?

movement of an object

push or pull upon an object because of an object's interaction with another object

a push but not a pull upon an object

only exist because of an interaction

• Question 10
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What is velocity?

It is the same thing as speed.

the rate at which an object changes its position

It is the distance divided by time in a specific direction.

It is the distance multiplied by time in a specific direction.

• Question 11
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Choose the correct facts about friction.

Friction happens when two objects are rubbed together.

Friction is the resistance that one surface or object encounters when moving over another.

Friction causes thermal energy.

Friction does not slow objects down.

• Question 12
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Choose the correct facts about mechanical energy.

Mechanical energy allows one object to apply a force to another object and make it move.

Mechanical energy is the movement of electrical charges.

Mechanical energy can be kinetic or potential.

Mechanical energy is the energy one object has due to its motion.

• Question 13
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Choose the incorrect statement about the Law of Conservation of Energy.