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An example of a high energy electromagnetic wave is a radio wave a red light wave an x-ray an infrared wave ------------------------------------------ Give an example of an energy transformation. ------------------------------------------ When heat is transferred to a substance explain why the temperature goes up

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x-rays have high energy compared to other waves listed above, and radio waves have the least energy as their wavelength is large
example of an energy transformation ? look at light bulb. the electrical energy is converted to light energy
when u heat something, the kinetic energy of molecules in the substance increases. and since temperature is average kinetic energy of molecules, the temperature also raises up with increase in kinetic energy

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