anonymous
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MEDAL Select the terms that correctly complete the First Law of Thermodynamics. Neither matter nor energy can be created or destroyed, but they can be________ from one ______ to another.
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anonymous
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@experimentX @abb0t
anonymous
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anonymous
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1ST CONVERTED?

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anonymous
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transformed, type
experimentX
  • experimentX
how do you get energy to walk to school?
anonymous
  • anonymous
trough of my food example: carbohydrate
experimentX
  • experimentX
so carbohydrate (chemical energy) is transformed into mechanical energy
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes..
anonymous
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Neither matter nor energy can be created or destroyed, but they can be CONVERTED from one ENERGY to another?
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experimentX
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hmm ... converted/transformed .... from one type/ one form to another

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