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______ is thermal energy that flows between objects due to a difference in temperature.
I think the answer is answer #2.
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What is light?
1. a wave of vibrating electric and magnetic energy
2. a wave that travels by compressions
3. a wave that travels by rarefactions
4. a state of matter
I think the answer is answer #1, am I correct?
Noon is around 12pm, so there will be the least sunset at that time
So noon would be the answer?
the correct answer is 2
The picture shows what a concave lens does to light shining through it. The picture of the object that comes through the lens is _________.
1. bigger and right-side up
2. smaller and up-side down
3. bigger and up-side down
4. smaller and right-side up
I seriously don't know this one
Well the question said concave and that's the picture that came with the question so...
It's obvious that the picture coming out is smaller and up-side down right
Emily and her science lab partner made a complete circuit by attaching a light bulb to some wires and a battery.
Which of the following best describes the flow of energy in the complete circuit?
1. lightbulb, wire, battery, lightbulb, wire
2. battery, wire, lightbulb, wire, battery
3. battery, lightbulb, battery, lightbulb
4. wire, battery, wire, battery
I think the answer is answer #2
Here is the picture of the complete circuit: