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Ch. 24

Chapter 24 review

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The energy an objet has due to its motion kinetic
The energy stored in an object because of its position potential
The faster a ball is traveling through the air the greater its ( ) energy kinetic
The higher an object is off the ground, the greater its ( ) energy potential
All objects have ( ) energy that increases as temperture increases thermal
Energy in the form of ( ) is almost one of the products of an energy transformation heat
Energy is the ability to cause change. true/false true
Anytime a change occurs, energy is transferred form one object to another. true/false true
Kinetic energy decreases as the mass of the object increases. true/false false
When a person rides a bike, the rider's legs transform chemical energy into kinetic energy. true/false true
Energy is never created or destroyed. True/false true
When an object burns, chemical energy is transformed to thermal energy. true/false true
An energy source that is replenished continually is a renewable resource
An energy source that is used up faster than it can be replaced nonrenewable resource
An energy source that can't be used up by humans Inexhaustable resource
Energy stored in chemical bonds chemical energy
Energy carried by light radiant energy
Energy an object has due to its motion kinetic energy
Created by: HCarey