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Motion: Kinetic or Potential?


Movement: Kinetic or Potential?


Stored: Kinetic or Potential?


Moving: Kinetic or Potential?


Position: Kinetic or Potential?


Poised: Kinetic or Potential?


True or False? Gravitational energy decreases with height

false. It increases

True or False? Most forms of energy can be converted into other forms of energy


True or False? Chemical energy is associated with the position and motion of an object?

false. It is stored.

True or False? If two objects have different temperatures, heat will flow from the cooler object to the warmer object

false. Heat will flow from the warmer to cooler

True or False? Tile is an example of a good insulator?

false. It is an example of a conductor

Mechanical Energy

objects position and motion

Examples of Mechanical Energy

thrown football or trophy on shelf

Chemical Energy

stored energy

Examples of Chemical Energy

food or matches

Electrical Energy

electric charges

Example of Electrical Energy

lightning, flashlights

Thermal Energy

all of the potential and kinetic energy

Example of Thermal Energy

lava, ice cream

Give an example of a single energy transformation

cell phone

Give an example of a multiple energy transformation



heat is transferred from one particle to another

Example of Conduction

metal stove on stove


heat is transferred by movements of currents within a fluid

Example of Convection

water on stove


transferred by electormagnetic waves

Example of radiation


Explain this true statement: In science there is no such thing as :coldness:

it loses energy

What way does the direction of heat flow
Wet Hair Hair Dryer

Hair dryer to wet hair

What way does the direction of heat flow
Mountain Dew Ice

Mountain Dew to Ice

Explain the difference between conductors and insulators

Conductors: transfer thermal energy well
Insulators: do not transfer thermal energy well

5 Conductors:

tile floor, metal spoon, stainless steel, copper, gold

5 Insulators

wood, wool, straw, gases, paper,

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