anonymous
  • anonymous
1. What force is responsible for your socks sticking together after they have been in a clothes dryer? Gravitational Electric Friction Sliding 2.An object changes direction as it moves. Which of the following is FALSE? The acting net force is not zero An unbalanced force acts on the object The object is accelerating A centripetal force acts on the object 3.Which of the following is not considered a renewable energy resource Geothermal energy Biomass Hydroelectric energy Uranium 4.Which statement correctly describes the direction of spontaneous heat flow
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jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
1. Friction (Fabrics rub together, creating static electricity) 2. Not 100% sure... either B or D. 3. Uranium (Geothermal is obviously renewable, same with Hydroelectric, and biomass is wood, garbage, etc. so that's renewable as well.) 4. No answer choices so I can't help you with this one. good luck :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
when an object changes it direction it means there is is a change in velocity so where there is a change in velocity there exists accleration because accleration : rate of change of velocity a = v/t so in b it will be C

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