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1. Physical Boot Camp 5.6A Explore the uses of energy including mechanical, light, thermal, electrical, and sound energy.

2. STAAR 2013 #6; RC 2; Readiness; J1. Water flows through turbines in dams like the one shown below. The flowing water make the turbines spin.What type of energy is used to make the turbines spin in this type of dam?A. Light energyB. Thermal energyC. Sound energyD. Mechanical energy

3. STAAR 2013 #6; RC 2; Readiness; J1. Water flows through turbines in dams like the one shown below. The flowing water make the turbines spin.What type of energy is used to make the turbines spin in this type of dam?A. Light energyB. Thermal energyC. Sound energyD. Mechanical energy (motion)

4. STAAR 2013 #18; RC 2; Readiness; F2. Three different objects that use the same source of energy are shown below.What is the energy source for these objects?A. Light energyB. Mechanical energyC. Sound energyD. Electrical energy

5. STAAR 2013 #18; RC 2; Readiness; F2. Three different objects that use the same source of energy are shown below.What is the energy source for these objects?A. Light energyB. Mechanical energyC. Sound energyD. Electrical energy

6. TAKS Study Guide, #19 3. Unlike battery-powered calculators, solar calculators are powered by solar cells. Which of these energy changes is used to power a solar calculator? A Heat energy changing to chemical energy B Light energy changing to chemical energy C Light energy changing to electrical energy D Chemical energy changing to electrical energy

7. TAKS Study Guide, #19 3. Unlike battery-powered calculators, solar calculators are powered by solar cells. Which of these energy changes is used to power a solar calculator? A Heat energy changing to chemical energy B Light energy changing to chemical energy C Light energy changing to electrical energy D Chemical energy changing to electrical energy

8. 2006—#2 (93%) 4. What two forms of energy does a flame from a burning candle release? F Electrical and mechanical G Chemical and electrical H Light and heat J Heat and nuclear

9. 2006—#2 (93%) 4. What two forms of energy does a flame from a burning candle release? F Electrical and mechanical G Chemical and electrical H Light and heat J Heat and nuclear

10. 5. Moving water has energy. Energy from the water that moves through a dam is changed mainly to — A magnetic energy B solar energy C electrical energy D light energy

11. 5. Moving water has energy. Energy from the water that moves through a dam is changed mainly to — A magnetic energy B solar energy C electrical energy D light energy

12. 6. What type of energy is produced when baking soda is added to vinegar? A Light energy B Sound energy C Chemical energy D Electrical energy

13. 6. What type of energy is produced when baking soda is added to vinegar? A Light energy B Sound energy C Chemical energy D Electrical energy

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16. 8. Which of the following would be the best energy source for a town located in a desert? A Solar energy B Nuclear energy C Petroleum energy D Hydroelectric energy

17. 8. Which of the following would be the best energy source for a town located in a desert? A Solar energy B Nuclear energy C Petroleum energy D Hydroelectric energy

18. 9. Almost all of the energy found on the Earth comes from— A electricity B sounds C the sun D waves

19. 9. Almost all of the energy found on the Earth comes from— A electricity B sounds C the sun D waves

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22. 11. Which form of energy below is produced by hitting a drum? A Heat B Light C Sound D Solar

23. 11. Which form of energy below is produced by hitting a drum? A Heat B Light C Sound D Solar

24. 12. What form of energy causes a puddle of water that collected on a sidewalk to evaporate once the rain stops? A Light energy B Heat energy C Electrical energy D Sound energy

25. 12. What form of energy causes a puddle of water that collected on a sidewalk to evaporate once the rain stops? A Light energy B Heat energy C Electrical energy D Sound energy

26. 13. When you rub your hands together quickly, what kinds of energy are you giving off? A Light and sound B Heat and light C Sound and heat D Electricity and light

27. 13. When you rub your hands together quickly, what kinds of energy are you giving off? A Light and sound B Heat and light C Sound and heat D Electricity and light

28. 14. Which of the following is NOT a type of energy? A Solar B Electrical C Reflection D Nuclear

29. 14. Which of the following is NOT a type of energy? A Solar B Electrical C Reflection D Nuclear

30. 15. A metal spoon was left in a pot of boiling soup. The cook burned a finger by touching the spoon. Why did his finger get burned? A The metal spoon chemically reacted with the cook’s hand. B The metal spoon conducted electricity to the cook’s hand. C The metal spoon conducted heat to the cook’s hand. D The metal spoon insulated the cook’s hand.

31. 15. A metal spoon was left in a pot of boiling soup. The cook burned a finger by touching the spoon. Why did his finger get burned? A The metal spoon chemically reacted with the cook’s hand. B The metal spoon conducted electricity to the cook’s hand. C The metal spoon conducted heat to the cook’s hand. D The metal spoon insulated the cook’s hand.

32. 16. When a light switch is turned on, light energy is produced. Which form of energy produces this light energy? A Chemical B Electrical C Heat D Sound

33. 16. When a light switch is turned on, light energy is produced. Which form of energy produces this light energy? A Chemical B Electrical C Heat D Sound

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36. 18. Ten students placed their hands on their faces, then rubbed their hands together for 30 seconds, and again placed their hands on their faces. All ten students reported that their hands were much hotter after they rubbed them together. What is the best conclusion that can be made from this activity? A Heat was lost because the energy was destroyed by the friction created from rubbing their hands together. B Heat was produced from the friction caused by rubbing their hands together. C Friction was produced from rubbing their hands on their faces. D Friction caused the heat from their faces to be transferred to their hands.

37. 18. Ten students placed their hands on their faces, then rubbed their hands together for 30 seconds, and again placed their hands on their faces. All ten students reported that their hands were much hotter after they rubbed them together. What is the best conclusion that can be made from this activity? A Heat was lost because the energy was destroyed by the friction created from rubbing their hands together. B Heat was produced from the friction caused by rubbing their hands together. C Friction was produced from rubbing their hands on their faces. D Friction caused the heat from their faces to be transferred to their hands.

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44. 22. All of the following are forms of energy used by people EXCEPT— A Light B Plant C Heat D Solar

45. 22. All of the following are forms of energy used by peopleEXCEPT— A Light B Plant C Heat D Solar

46. 23. Which form of energy listed below is NOT involved in the water cycle? A Light B Heat C Electrical D Solar

47. 23. Which form of energy listed below is NOT involved in the watercycle? A Light B Heat C Electrical D Solar

48. 24. Which type of energy makes plants grow and influences weather on the Earth? A Heat energy B Chemical energy C Wind energy D Light energy

49. 24. Which type of energy makes plants grow and influences weather on the Earth? A Heat energy B Chemical energy C Wind energy D Light energy

50. M.S. ?’s 25. Which of the following best uses mechanical energy to perform a useful task? AFlashlight BPencil sharpener CCandle DSolar calculator