Science - Chapter 2
The ability to make something move or change.
Energy of motion.
Energy of position.
The measure of how hot or cold something is.
The type of energy a thermometer measures.
Something in nature that people can use.
They come from the remains of long-ago plants and animals and cannot be replaced.
Coal, oil, and natural gas
Examples of fossil fuels.
Resources that are unable to be replaced.
Resources that can be replaced.
The type of energy people need to see things. It comes from the sun.
A resource that is constantly being renewed.
The energy we need to grow comes from this.
An instrument that is used to measure wind speed.
Most of the energy on Earth comes from this source.
This object has potential energy until it is being used. When it is being used, it releases kinetic energy.
It gives off energy to make a car move.
A tool used to measure temperature.
98.6 degrees Fahrenheit
Normal human body temperature.
212 degrees Fahrenheit
The temperature at which water boils.
32 degrees Fahrenheit
The temperature at which water freezes.
Heat from deep within Earth.