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Forms of Energy (Grade 6)

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Forms of Energy

What two factors determine how much potential energy an object has?
  1. speed and position
  2. mass and position
  3. speed and surface area
  4. speed and mass
Which object has the most kinetic energy?
  1. a feather floating from the sky
  2. a tennis ball sitting on the table
  3. a truck falling down a mountain
  4. a bike falling down a hill
Friction is closely related to what type of energy?
  1. electrical energy
  2. thermal energy
  3. hot energy
  4. chemical energy
What is the energy transformation of a flashlight?
  1. thermal to electrical to light
  2. light to chemical to electrical
  3. chemical to light to electrical
  4. chemical to electrical to light
Which of the following is NOT an example of potential energy?
  1. gravitational
  2. kinetic
  3. elastic
  4. chemical
Which is the correct energy transformation of a lawnmower?
  1. solar to electrical to sound
  2. sound to chemical to electrical
  3. chemical to mechanical to sound
  4. none of the above
Which describes the energy transformations for a radio?
  1. electrical to sound
  2. sound to chemical to electrical
  3. solar to thermal
  4. electrical to sound to thermal
Which item has the most gravitational potential energy?
  1. a tv on a counter
  2. a book on a shelf
  3. a pencil on a table
  4. a skier on a mountain
Which of the following objects has kinetic energy?
  1. a bicycle parked at the top of a hill
  2. leaves lying on the ground beneath a tree
  3. a ball rolling across the floor
  4. a sunny windowsill
During energy transformations, energy is never
  1. released as heat.
  2. used to increase an object's potential energy.
  3. created or destroyed.
  4. completely transformed.
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