5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- wind energy
- a Water falling to the Earth.
- b (1) The amount of matter in an object; objects with greater mass have more gravitational pull, such as a large planet. (2) A measure of the amount of matter in an object.
- c Forms of protective eyewear that enclose the area surrounding the eye in order to prevent particles, water or chemicals from striking the eyes.
- d The outer edge of the Sun's atmosphere.
- e a form of solar energy, due to uneven heating of the atmosphere by the sun, that converts the kinetic energy of wind into mechanical power.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- set of specific steps that must be completed to reproduce the same result under the same conditions.
- An organism that makes its own food.
- Curved inward, like the inside of a circle or sphere. When light passes through, the rays bend away from each other.
- Kinetic energy of molecules that is created by heat.
- A gas produced by animals during respiration that plants use to make food, water, and oxygen
5 True/False Questions
Refraction → The bending or chaning direction of light rays as they pass from one substance to another.
Conductor → closely packed together; dense
Nuclear power → the use of controlled nuclear reactions to produce steam, which in turn drives turbines to produce electricity
Variable → dark, flat areas on the moon's surface formed from huge ancient lava flows
Solar Energy → The process of obtaining useful energy from the Sun via solar panels.