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The energy of motion is called....
The energy something has because of its position is...
The energy that moves between objects of different temperatures is...
A material that allows heat to move through it easily is called...
A material that does not allow heat to move through it easily is called....
The transfer of heat between two objects when they are touching is called
The transfer of heat through a liquid or gas is called...
The transfer of heat with no matter to carry it is called...
What type of energy change takes place as a car burns fuel to race down a track?
Electrical energy to light energy
Kinetic energy to potential energy
Chemical energy to kinetic energy
Mechanical energy to kinetic energy.
Rachel tests how quickly different materials change temperature as she heats them. The table shows how they change temperature. Which material is the best insulator?
Energy can change form. Which picture shows electrical energy changing to heat energy.
Which option shows radiation as a form of heat transfer?
A cup of hot tea warms a hand.
A flame warms air in a hot air balloon.
A puddle of water warms in the sun.
A pot of boiling water boils on the stove.
At which position does he have the most potential energy?
Ang has a pogo stick. The potential and kinetic energies in the spring are forms of what type of energy?
A scientists measures the movement of energy between a pot of hot water and a metal spoon. What is he measuring?
Objects that vibrate make energy. What kind of energy results from vibrations that travel through the air?
Jaden has many things on his desk as shown in the picture. Which material on his desk would be chosen because it is a good insulator?
Copper for the coins
Metal in the computer
Rubber on the lamp cord
Steel in the paper clips
This picture shows a pot heating on a stovetop. Which statement describes whats happening to the water in the pot?
The water temperature decreases in the pot.
The water will freeze when it gathers enough heat.
Heat energy transfers from the water to pot and then to the stovetop.
Heat energy transfers from the stovetop, to the pot and then to the water.