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Ice cream melts faster in the freezer than in the Sun.
1. True
2. False
Which material would be the best choice for a cooking tool to be used when grilling food over a fire?
1. plastic
2. metal
3. paper
4. wood
the temperature at which a gas becomes a liquid
1. boiling point
2. condensation point
3. freezing point
4. sublimation
is the measure of how hot or cold something is.
1. thermometer
3. temperature
4. conduction
How do currents transfer heat in the ocean?
2. convection
3. conduction
4. evaporation
A pan heating on the stove is an example of              conduction             .
Radiation            is the transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves.
The transfer of thermal energy between things that are touching is called conduction.
1. True
2. False
Convection             the transfer of heat as a result of rising warmth as gas or liquid.
Radiation            the transfer of heat through space by waves.
Conduction             the direct transfer of heat between objects that touch.
Which best describes the transfer of heat due to the movement of gases or liquids?
2. convection
3. evaporation
4. condensation
The materials that can't transmit light are
1. Opaque
2. Transparent
3. Translucent
4. None of the Above
Which of the following slows the movement of thermal energy?
1. iron
2. wood
3. copper
4. gold
Heat transfer between materials that are touching is called              conduction             .
There are 3 types of heat transfer: Radiation,                , and conduction.
1. Refraction
2. Melting
3. Sun
4. Convection
The flow that transfers heat within a fluid is called a convection           current          .
The point at which a substance changes from a liquid to a solid state is called its                   .
1. freezing point
2. melting point
3. boiling point
4. condensation point