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Chapter 15: Energy

22 Questions  I  By Shorlock
Chapter 15: Energy
Test you knowledge of energy, the forms of energy, energy conversion, and energy conservation.

  
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1.  Explain the energy conversions that occur as a basketball falls, hits the ground, and bounces back up.  Ignore frictional forces.
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2.  The energy of a moving object is...
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3.  Select examples of electromagnetic energy.
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4.  Select examples of thermal energy.
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5.  Select all of the examples of gravitational potential energy.
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6.  Energy stored in the bonds between atoms is called
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7.  What force is acting when kinetic energy of a moving object is converted into thermal energy? 
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8.  At whcih location(s) does the pendulum have a maximum kinetic energy?         
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9.  The law of conservation of energy states that
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10.  At which location(s) does the pendulum have maximum potential energy?         
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11.  An example of electromagnetic energy is
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12.  Which of the following is NOT an example of kinetic energy being converted to potential energy?
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13.  Friction causes kinetic energy to be converted into
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14.  Which form of energy does a plant store when light is transformed during photosynthesis?
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15.  Mechanical energy is
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16.  An example of an object haveing elastic potential energy is
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17.  Select nuclear examples of nuclear energy.
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18.  Select examples of chemical energy
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19.  An example of conversion of gravitational potential energy into kinetic energy is
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20.  What happens to the atoms of an object if its thermal energy is increased.
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21.  Select examples of electrical energy
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22.  Select all of the examples of elastic potential energy.
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