# Energy Quiz To Challenge Your Physics Skills

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Questions: 12 | Attempts: 474  Settings  In physics, energy is a quantitative force that must be transferred from one object to another, and to perform any kind of work on, or to change the state of the object. Energy is known to be a conserved quantity; the law of conservation states that energy can be transferred from one form to another, but not created or destroyed. Want to know about different types of energy? Take this quiz to find out about different types of energies.

• 1.

### The transfer of thermal energy is ...

• A.

Heat

• B.

Energy

• C.

Work

• D.

Movement

A. Heat
Explanation
Heat is the transfer of thermal energy between two objects or systems at different temperatures. It occurs through conduction, convection, or radiation. Heat energy flows from a higher temperature region to a lower temperature region until thermal equilibrium is reached. Unlike energy and work, which are more general terms, heat specifically refers to the transfer of thermal energy. Movement, on the other hand, does not accurately describe the transfer of thermal energy.

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• 2.

### What happens to the temperature of a object as it moves faster?

• A.

Temperature increases

• B.

Temperature decreases

• C.

Temperature stays the same

A. Temperature increases
Explanation
As an object moves faster, its temperature increases. This is because the kinetic energy of the object increases with its speed. The increase in kinetic energy leads to an increase in the motion of the particles that make up the object. As the particles move faster, they collide more frequently and with greater force, resulting in an increase in the average kinetic energy and thus the temperature of the object.

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• 3.

### What type of energy do plants use to make sugar in the photosynthetic process?

• A.

Light

• B.

Heat

• C.

Green

• D.

Kinetic

A. Light
Explanation
Plants use light energy to make sugar in the photosynthetic process. During photosynthesis, plants use specialized pigments, such as chlorophyll, to capture light energy from the sun. This energy is then used to convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose, a form of sugar that plants use for energy. Heat, green, and kinetic energy are not directly involved in the photosynthetic process.

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• 4.

### What type of energy is stored in the particles of matter?

• A.

Chemical energy

• B.

Thermal energy

• C.

Kinetic energy

A. Chemical energy
Explanation
Chemical energy is the correct answer because it refers to the potential energy stored in the bonds between atoms and molecules within matter. When these bonds are broken or formed, energy is released or absorbed. This energy is responsible for various chemical reactions and can be converted into other forms of energy such as thermal or kinetic energy. Therefore, chemical energy is the type of energy stored in the particles of matter.

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• 5.

### What type of mechanical energy is due to the position of an object?

• A.

Potential energy

• B.

Kinetic energy

• C.

Thermal energy

• D.

Crazy energy

A. Potential energy
Explanation
Potential energy is the type of mechanical energy that is due to the position of an object. It is the energy possessed by an object because of its position relative to other objects or its height above the ground. The higher an object is positioned, the greater its potential energy. This energy can be converted into other forms, such as kinetic energy, when the object is in motion.

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• 6.

### The energy caused by an object's vibrations

• A.

Sound energy

• B.

Thermal energy

• C.

Kinetic energy

• D.

Kinetic energy

A. Sound energy
Explanation
Sound energy is the correct answer because it refers to the energy caused by an object's vibrations. When an object vibrates, it creates sound waves that carry energy through the air or other mediums. This energy is then detected by our ears as sound. Therefore, sound energy is the appropriate term to describe the energy associated with an object's vibrations.

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• 7.

### Name the energy that is contained in the food?

• A.

Chemical energy

• B.

Kinetic energy

• C.

Thermal energy

A. Chemical energy
Explanation
Chemical energy is the correct answer because it refers to the energy stored in the bonds of chemical compounds, such as the molecules found in food. When food is broken down during digestion, the chemical bonds are broken, releasing the stored energy. This energy is then used by the body for various functions, such as metabolism and movement. Therefore, chemical energy is the energy contained in food.

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• 8.

### What kind of energy does person at the top of the hill have after the ball has been pushed?

• A.

Potential energy

• B.

Kinetic energy

• C.

Thermal energy

• D.

Moving energy

A. Potential energy
Explanation
After the ball has been pushed, the person at the top of the hill will have potential energy. This is because potential energy is the energy possessed by an object due to its position or condition. In this case, the person is at a higher position (the top of the hill), which gives them potential energy. As the person moves downhill, this potential energy can be converted into kinetic energy, but at the top of the hill, it is solely potential energy.

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• 9.

### Energy is the ability to do ______. The answer is in this scrambled word -    rkow

work
Explanation
Energy is the ability to do work. Work refers to the exertion of force over a distance, resulting in the transfer or transformation of energy. In other words, energy enables us to perform tasks or accomplish objectives by applying force to move objects or cause changes in the environment. Therefore, work is the correct answer in this context.

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• 10.

### Which statement best summarizes the Principle of the Conservation of Energy?

• A.

Total energy is constant

• B.

Some energy is lost

• C.

Total energy can change

• D.

Energy is the ability to get stuff done

A. Total energy is constant
Explanation
The Principle of the Conservation of Energy states that the total energy in a closed system remains constant. This means that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but it can be transferred or transformed from one form to another. Therefore, the correct answer is "total energy is constant."

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• 11.

### Name the types of energy that are stored and are waiting to be used?

• A.

Chemical

• B.

Electical

• C.

Elastic

• D.

Gravitational potential

• E.

Light

A. Chemical
B. Electical
C. Elastic
D. Gravitational potential
Explanation
The types of energy that are stored and waiting to be used include chemical energy, electrical energy, elastic energy, and gravitational potential energy. Chemical energy is stored in the bonds of molecules and can be released through chemical reactions. Electrical energy is stored in batteries or capacitors and can be used to power devices. Elastic energy is stored in objects that are stretched or compressed and can be released when the object returns to its original shape. Gravitational potential energy is stored in objects that are raised above the ground and can be released when the object falls.

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• 12.

### What type of energy is shown in the picture

• A.

Elastic

• B.

Potential

• C.

Kinetic

• D.

Chemical

• E.

Nuclear

• F.

Mechanical

A. Elastic
B. Potential
Explanation
The correct answer is "elastic, potential." In the picture, the energy being shown is elastic potential energy. Elastic potential energy is the energy stored in an object when it is stretched or compressed. In the picture, it is likely that an object is being stretched or compressed, causing the elastic potential energy to be present.

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