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Types of Energy (Grade 6)

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Types of Energy

Energy is
  1. only found in batteries.
  2. never used for fun.
  3. the ability to move or change matter.
  4. none of the above.
Any energy that is stored is called                 energy.
  1. kinetic
  2. cooking
  3. potential
  4. thermal
  5. sound
  6. electrochemical
Energy stored in the bonds between atoms is called
  1. kinetic energy.
  2. mechanical energy.
  3. chemical energy.
  4. thermal energy.
Friction causes kinetic energy to be converted into
  1. potential energy.
  2. thermal energy.
  3. mechanical energy.
  4. electrical energy.
What do solar panels convert radiant energy into?
  1. Electrical energy
  2. Thermal energy
  3. Nuclear energy
  4. Kinetic energy
The energy possessed by matter due to its motion is                  .
  1. potential energy
  2. kinetic energy
  3. static energy
  4. none of the above
Which form of energy does a plant store when light is transformed during photosynthesis?
  1. chemical energy
  2. thermal energy
  3. mechanical energy
  4. electrical energy
A car or truck moving down the highway has                 energy by virtue of its motion.
  1. kinetic
  2. potential
  3. thermodynamic
  4. chemical
A football player running for a touchdown exemplifies                  .
  1. mechanical energy
  2. thermal energy
  3. chemical energy
  4. radiant energy
A generator converts mechanical energy to                 energy.
  1. heat
  2. electrical
  3. radiant
  4. chemical
A student placed one hundred dominoes upright in a row. He knocked over the first domino and the rest all fell over; one after another. What made the domino at the end of the row move?
  1. chemical energy
  2. heat energy
  3. mechanical energy
  4. electric energy
An example of the transformation of energy is
  1. energy changing from potential to kinetic.
  2. energy changing from radiant to electrical.
  3. energy changing from chemical to thermal.
  4. all of the above.
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