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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Boiling point of water in °C
  2. low specific heat
  3. Why do we have the Kelvin scale?
  4. example of high specific heat
  5. converting Fahrenheit to Kelvin
  1. a water
  2. b 100°C
  3. c must convert to Celsius first, THEN to Kelvin
  4. d 1) Absolute zero is zero
    2) There are no negative temperatures
  5. e easy to change the temperature

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the TOTAL kinetic energy of an object's particles due to non-directional motion at the atomic level
  2. difficult to change the temperature
  3. stovetop, seat-warmer
  4. the transfer of heat by rays or waves
  5. the direct transfer of heat from one solid to another solid that it is touching

5 True/False questions

  1. converting Celsius to Kelvinmust convert to Celsius first, THEN to Kelvin

          

  2. Radiation (examples)sun, heat lamp, microwave

          

  3. Melting point of water in °F32°F

          

  4. Heat flowthe TOTAL kinetic energy of an object's particles due to non-directional motion at the atomic level

          

  5. Temperaturethe AVERAGE kinetic energy of an object's particles due to non-directional motion at the atomic level