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  • Q1
    Clyde and Marilyn are riding a roller coaster. During which section(s) of the track is their potential energy converted to kinetic energy?
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    From point A to point B only
    From point B to point C only
    From point A to point B and from point C to point D
    From point B to point D only
  • Q2
    Energy is defined as
    the ability to dissolve in water.
    The ability to do work
    the mass of a substance times its acceleration.
    how radioactive a substance is.
  • Q3
    Which of the following is the correction definition of mechanical energy?
    energy resulting from the flow of charged particles, such as electrons or ions
    energy stored in chemical bonds of molecules
    energy of an object due to the random motion of its atoms and molecules
    energy an object has because of its motion or position.
  • Q4
    A diagram of a roller-coaster track is shown below. Which circle on the track shows the roller-coaster car has the most gravitational potential energy.
    the first circle from the left
    the second circle from the left
    the last circle
    the third circle from the left
  • Q5
    Amy is at basketball practice. She is about to shoot a free throw. When Amy releases the ball,
    the ball will not have kinetic energy but will have potential energy.
    the ball will have kinetic energy but will not have potential energy.
    the ball will have neither kinetic energy nor potential energy.
    The ball will have kinetic energy and potential energy
  • Q6
    Energy of motion is,
    kinetic energy
  • Q7
    The law of conservation of energy states that
    energy cannot be created and it cannot change form.
    energy can be created and can be destroyed.
    energy cannot change form and it cannot be destroyed.
    energy cannot be created and it cannot be destroyed.
  • Q8
    stored energy is
    kinetic energy
    potential energy
  • Q9
    A black squirrel is sitting on the ground. A red squirrel is sitting on a tree branch high above the black squirrel. Both squirrels have the same mass. Compared to the red squirrel, the black squirrel has _______ kinetic energy and ______ gravitation potential energy.
    less; more
    more; less
    the same; more
    the same; less
  • Q10
    A stone held above the ground has potential energy. when the stone is dropped, potential energy is converted to ________ energy.
  • Q11
    Kevin goes bowling. Whenever he bowls the balls, he transfers energy from his hand to the bowling ball. The amount of energy before the transfer is _________ the amount of energy after the transfer.
    not related to
    less than
    more than
    equal to
  • Q12
    Mechanical energy is a term that is used to describe
    neither potential nor kinetic energy.
    kinetic energy only
    potential energy only
    both potential and kinetic energy.
  • Q13
    Kelly is sledding on a snowy hill in the winter. The energy the sled has as it slides down the hill is a form of
    chemical energy
    electrical energy
    mechanical energy
    potential energy
  • Q14
    If an object is moving, the amount of kinetic energy it has directly depends upon which of the following factors?
    the object's mass and velocity
    the object's height and velocity
    the object's shape and mass
    the object's density and velocity
  • Q15
    Can kinetic and potential energy transform to another type of energy?

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