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• Question 1
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Q. On a roller coaster, where is maximum potential energy?
At the bottom of a big hill
When going around a corner
When going upside down
At the top of a big hill
• Question 2
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Q. On a roller coaster, where is maximum kinetic energy?
At the bottom of a big hill
When going around a corner
When going upside down
At the top of a big hill
• Question 3
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Q. Energy is defined as,
the amount of heat transferred from one object to another
the ability to do work
the temperature of an object
the ability to change
• Question 4
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Placing a metal spoon with a temperature of 20oC into a cup of water with a temperature of 90oC will cause the spoon to

increase in temperature

decrease in temperature

remain the same temperature

contract in size

• Question 5
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A thermos bottle keeps warm liquids warm and cold liquids cold. A thermos bottle must be made from a good

heat conducting material

heat insulating material

heat expanding material

heat contracting material

• Question 6
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Q. Heat is transferred from the sun to Earth through,
conduction
convection
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Q. Conduction is the movement of heat in,
solids
liquids
gases
plasma
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Heat is transferred through an iron bar during this type of heat transfer.

Conduction

Convection

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Q. This is the process of heat transfer due to differences in density.
Conduction
Convection
• Question 10
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What do we call materials that are poor conductors of heat?

insulators

conductors

metals

wood

• Question 11
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Q. The temperature at which all molecules stop moving is known as,
absolute zero
zero
absolute lowest
absolute 100
• Question 12
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Q. When air is heated it,
rises as it becomes less dense
falls as it becomes more dense
rises as it becomes more dense
falls as it becomes less dense
• Question 13
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Q. Which of the following lists the correct order for the energy conversion when a match lights?
chemical energy --> heat and light energy
heat energy
--> light energy
chemical energy --> only heat energy
heat and light energy --> chemical energy
• Question 14
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Q. Which type of energy is contained in battery?
Chemical
Electrical
Mechanical
Electromagnetic
• Question 15
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Q. An arrow will move through the air because it has,
kinetic energy
potential energy
chemical energy
heat energy
• Question 16
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Q. As temperature increases, molecules will move
faster
slower
at the same speed
• Question 17
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Q. To stay cool on a hot summer day, you should wear
light colored clothing
dark colored clothing
rough clothing
black clothing
• Question 18
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Q. If a lamp inputs 100 watts of energy and 60 watts is converted to light, how many watts were converted to thermal energy?
40
160
60
100
• Question 19
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Q. Which of these statements is true according to the law of conservation of energy?
Energy can be created
Energy can be destroyed
Energy can change forms
Energy can change into mass
• Question 20
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Q. Heat transfers from an area of ____temperature to an area of ___ temperature.
high to low
low to high
high to high
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Q. Near the ceiling of a room the air is warmer.  The warm air rises because of
conduction
convection
insulation
• Question 22
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By which process is heat energy transferred when molecules with a substance collide?

Convection

Conduction

Insulation.

• Question 23
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Q. Which situation has the least potential energy?
A spring that is stretched for 1 cm
A spring that is stretched for 2 cm
A spring with a heavy weight hung on it
A spring that is not stretched
• Question 24
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Q.

A unit for energy is the

gram

joule

liter

newton

• Question 25
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Solar cells (panels) can capture energy from our Sun and transfer this energy for many practical purposes. List in the correct order the energy exchanges shown by the diagram.

Light to electrical to light

Light to mechanical to light

Electrical to mechanical to light

Light to electrical to mechanical

• Question 26
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Which diagram shows the normal pattern of movement that occurs when density differences transfer energy within beakers of water?

a

b

c

d

• Question 27
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On a hot day, the sun causes the sidewalk to become very warm. How do the particles that make up the sidewalk change as the temperature increases?

They move faster.

They move closer together.

Their kinetic energy decreases.

They move freely from place to place.

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Two objects, A and B, are in contact with one another. When they are first placed next to each other A is 50oC and the temperature of B is 100oC. Which diagram best represents the flow of heat. (Arrows represent the direction of heat flow.)

a

b

c

d

• Question 29
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The diagrams below represent a laboratory model used to demonstrate convection. Each model shows a burning candle in a closed box with two open tubes at the top of the box. Which diagram correctly shows the air flow caused by the burning candle?

a

b

c

d

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Which process is indicated by the letter X?

conduction

convection

insulation

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Which process is indicated by the letter Y?

conduction

convection

insulation

• Question 32
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A lamp releases only light and thermal energy. The energy input of the lamp is 120 watts. Of that input, 80 watts is converted to light. How much energy is converted to thermal energy?

Exactly 40 watts

Exactly 80 watts

More than 40 watts

• Question 33
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At which location in the room will the density of the air be greatest?

F

B

C

E

• Question 34
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At which location in the room will the density of the air be the least?

F

A

C or B

E

• Question 35
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Which type of energy transfer is indicated by the arrows in the diagram?

Conduction

Convection

Absorption

• Question 36
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What might cause an arrow to not reach a target?

It does not have enough energy because the archer did not pull the bow back far enough.

It has too much energy because the archer pulled the bow back too far.

Its kinetic energy was converted to gravitational potential energy as it moved.

Its kinetic energy was converted to potential energy as it moved.

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a

b

c

d

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a

b

c

d

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Which situation has the greatest potential energy?

A spring that is stretched for 1 cm

A spring that is stretched for 2 cm

A spring with a heavy weight hung on it

A spring that is not stretched

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Where does the energy from an arrow come from? (Referring to a bow and arrow).