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If a circuit is open, does it waste electricity?
1. No, since the circuit is open, no electricity is flowing
2. Yes, since the circuit is open, no electricity is flowing
3. No, since the circuit is closed, no electricity is flowing
4. Yes, since the circuit is open, electricity is flowing
Kinetic energy differs from potential energy in that
1. kinetic energy is stored energy that has the capacity to do work, and potential energy is the energy of motion
2. kinetic energy is energy that an object possesses as a result of its location, and potential is the same as heat energy
3. kinetic energy can be converted into various forms of energy, whereas potential energy can only be transformed into heat energy
4. kinetic energy is energy of a moving object, whereas potential energy is energy possessed by matter as a result of its location or structure
5. kinetic energy can be created or destroyed, while potential energy can be created and destroyed
Three forms of energy are
1. chemical, exothermic, and temperature
2. chemical, thermal, and electromagnetic
3. electrical, nuclear, and temperature
4. electrical, mechanical, and endothermic
Power is
1. the amount of work done.
2. rate at which work is done
3. the force x distance
4. the force x distance (if F and d are in the same direction)
Which one is doing the most work?
1. pulling a box 10 m with a force of 100 N
2. pushing a box 100 m with a force of 200N
3. pulling a sled 1000 m with a force of 10N
4. pushing a car with a force of 100000 N and it doesn't move

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If you use a rubber band as a slingshot for a paper ball, which of the following best describes when the rubber band is doing work on the paper ball?
1. when it is stretched completely and not moving
2. when it is moving forward
3. after the ball is launched into the air
4. it applies the same force until the ball hits something