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Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Which is thermal energy?
  1. Heat
  2. Water
  3. Matter
  4. None of the Above
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
When particles of heat move faster, what happens to the temperature?
  1. The temperature goes up.
  2. The temperature goes down.
  3. The temperature stays the same.
  4. The temperature can't be taken.
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Convection takes place in                  .
  1. solids only
  2. gases only
  3. liquids only
  4. gases and liquids
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
An expansion joint in a bridge allows for the bridge to                                               .
  1. raise for a boat that might be passing through
  2. contract in cold weather and not break
  3. expand in hot weather and not break
  4. both b & c.
Grade 6 Heat Transfer

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Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
The metal lid is stuck on a glass jar of jelly. Why does running hot water over the lid help you get the lid off?
  1. Thermal expansion causes the lid to expand making it easier to remove.
  2. The heat chemically changes the glue around the edge releasing the lid from the jar.
  3. The heat warms the jelly causing it to push the lid off the jar.
  4. None of the above.
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Conduction is a transfer of heat energy that involves                        .
  1. contact between objects
  2. the movement of waves
  3. the flow of matter
  4. changes in density
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