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The pulling force that holds you on Earth is called           gravity          .
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The bird is standing on the box.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The octopus swims through the water.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The man is pushing the lawn mower.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The apple is hanging on a tree.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The wind turbines turn in the wind.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The clock is on the desk.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The bus drives down the street.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The vegetable basket is on the table.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The wagon is rolling.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
Does the picture best show an example of kinetic energy or potential energy?

The tennis player runs to the ball.
1. kinetic energy
2. potential energy
The force that pulls any two objects toward each other is
1. gravity
2. length
3. volume
4. weight
If you throw a baseball and it moves, you know that you have done        work       .
When you throw a ball, potential energy becomes                  kinetic energy                 .
A bicycle in motion has kinetic energy in the form of                     mechanical energy                    .
This is empty space, nothing is here, like in outer space.
1. Sound wave
2. Pitch
3. Matter
4. Vacuum
The mechanical energy of an object is associated with the objects'            position           and          motion         .
Who is the scientist that developed the three laws of motion?
1. Alexander Graham Bell
2. Benjamin Franklin
3. Sir Isaac Newton
4. Sir Smith Scott