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Sci Spring Exam 6th

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(Sci) When a rubber band is stretched, it has ____ energy. Potential.
(Sci) When you see a change in the environment you know that _____ has been transferred. Energy
(Sci) A burning fire produces _____ energy. Radiant and Thermal
(Sci) A kite stuck in a tree has _____ energy. Potential
(Sci) A blimp flying around over the Super Bowl has _____ energy. Kinetic and Potential
(Sci) In every energy transformation, some energy is always "lost" as ______ energy. Thermal
(Sci) True/False A heated iron has mechanical energy. False!
(Sci) True/False Kinetic energy is the energy an object has due to its position. False
(Sci) True/False You see a kite start to fly because energy has been transferred to it. True
(Sci) True/False The biggest source of energy on Earth is Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun True!
(Sci) True/False In a electric mixer, electrical energy is changed into mechanical energy. True.
(Sci) True/False The law of conservation of energy can be used to identify the energy changes in a system True..
(Sci) What kind of energy does a moving ball have? Kinetic Energy
(Sci) What kind of energy does an airplane taking off have? Kinetic Energy, Electric Energy Chemical Energy, and Nuclear Energy
(Sci) What kind of energy does food have? Chemical, KE
(Sci) What kind of energy does a heated oven have? Thermal, KE, Electric
(Sci) What kind of energy does a lamp have? Thermal, Electric
(Sci) What kind of energy does a flame of a candle have? Thermal, Radiant
(Sci) What kind of energy does a wall socket have? Electric, Nuclear, Chemical
(Sci) What kind of energy does an object about to fall have? PE
(Sci) What is a Constructive Interference? A combination of waves form a larger wave.
(Sci) What is Diffraction? A wave bends around a barrier
(Sci) What is an Electromagnetic Wave? A wave doesn't require matter to transfer energy
(Sci) What is Compression? Squeezing a group of particles in a wave
(Sci) What is Reflection? The action of a wave bouncing off an object.
(Sci) What is a Wave? A rhythmic disturbance that carries energy
(Sci) What is a Mechanical Wave? A transverse or compressional wave that can travel only through matter
(Sci) What is Wavelength? The distance between a point on a wave and the identical point on the next wave.
(Sci) What is Rarefaction? A region of spread out particles in a wave
(Sci) What is Wave Speed? The product of wavelength and frequency
(Sci) What is Refraction? A wave bends as it moves from one medium to another
(Sci) What is a Medium? The matter through which wave transfers energy
(Sci) What is Amplitude? The distance from the crest or trough of a wave to the rest position.
(Sci) What is a Destructive Interference? A combination of waves form a smaller wave
(Sci) What is Frequency? The number of waves passing a given point per second
(Sci) What is a Compressional Wave? A wave in which matter moves back and forth in the direction the wave is moving
(Sci) When light bounces off a surface it is called... Reflection
(Sci) Wave frequency is the ______ of waves passing a given point per second. Number
(Sci) An ______ wave DOES NOT need matter for energy transfer. Electromagnetic
(Sci) The action of a wave bouncing off a surface is... Diffraction
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