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Renewable resources things that will be naturally replaced
Non-Renewable resources resources that can not be replaced
Fossil fuels energy resources that formed by plants or animals millions of years ago that are burned
thermal energy energy that produces heat
chemical energy energy from chemicals
electrical energy energy from electricity
sound energy energy from sound
nuclear power energy from nuclear
light energy energy from light
geothermal energy energy from the earth
kinetic energy energy of movement
potential energy energy of position
force the amount of work to do something
work calculations force x distance
newton an energy label when measuring weight
newton meters a measurement
friction when two surfaces rub against one another
the four factors soft mats produce more friction and heat than hard high pressure between surfaces causes more friction than low pressurelarge surfaces rubbing against each other more heat than smaller Rough surfaces produce more friction and heat than smoother surfaces
reduction making things to reduce friction
the law of conservation of energy ----------------------------------------------------------
closed system when a group of objects only transfer energy to each other
open system when a group of objects is not touching to complete a closed system
Created by: jacobmiller123