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-Renewable -Nonrenewable Solar,Hydro power, Wind,Geothermal,Biomass Petroleum,Nuclear,Coal,Oil,and Natural Gass.
Fossil Fuel A nonrenewable energy resources formed from the remains of organisms that lived long ago.
Energy Forms Light,Nuclear, Maniacal, Thermal, Chemical, Electrical,and Sound.
Energy State Potential Energy & Kinetic Energy
Froce The ability to do Work.
Work Calculations W=Force x Distance.
Newton The standard unit of force.
Newton Meters A unit of the meter-kilogram-second .
Energy Transfer conversions/transformations Law of conservation of energy (it cannot be created or destroyed). Energy changes from one state to another.
Friction Surface resistance to relative motion,
Four factors Soft surface,Lubricator,Wheels,Bump or Pits.
Energy in a closed system Energy is consent inside the system.
Energy in an open system Energy is transferred out side the system.
Wave A distributes from that transfer energy one place to another.
Transverse waves A wave in which the direction is perpendicular to the direction it came from.
Longitudinal waves A wave that goes back at froth at a consent rate.
Crest The highest point of a wave.
Trough The lowest point of a wave.
Medium The object it goes through.
Vacuum A space entirely devoid of matter.
Electromagnetic waves A wave produced by the acceleration of an electric charge.
Mechanical waves A wave that transfers energy through a medium.
Vibration The motion of the particles
Wavelength The distance of waves.
Amplitude The absolute value.
Pitch To set up.
Frequency The number of cycles
Speed -calculations speed = distance / time
Created by: samiro mohamoud