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Potential and Kinetic Energy

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When you do work you are exerting ___________________. energy
The energy stored in an object is called ________________. potential
The unit of measurement for potential and kinetic energy is the ___________. joule
An object falling from 50m will have ____________ potential then an object falling from 30m. greater
Distance (height) and mass determine the amount of ______________ energy in an object. potential
If you have two objects with different masses about to fall from the same height, which one will have the greatest potential energy? largest
The amount of kinetic energy in an object is determined by its ________________. speed and mass
This type of energy is caused by motion. kinetic
The faster an object moves the greater its ________________ energy. kinetic
An object's potential energy will increase with _________________. height and mass
Sunlight warming a metal bench at the park. electromagnetic energy to thermal energy
A battery powered flashlight. chemical energy to electromagnetic energy
Using a hair dryer. electrical energy to chemical energy
A cell phone ringing. electrical energy to sound energy
Cooking a hamburger on the grill and then eating it. thermal energy to chemical energy
Eating a banana before jogging. chemical energy to mechanical energy
A tree using the sunlight to grow. electromagnetic energy to chemical energy
Playing music on the radio. electrical energy to sound energy
What does the Law of Conservation of Energy state? Energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed.
What has energy? everything
Created by: MsPalma