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Using the Internet, research the various ways that people, nature, or machines convert one type of energy to another. Fill in portions of the table with examples you find. You should have at least a full sentence describing each example you have found. The example of the hydroelectric dam, which converts the mechanical power of flowing water to electrical power that we can use, is already in the table.
There are 25 possible combinations. You only need to fill 12 of the squares with examples you find. They are worth 3 points each. The example provided is a freebie of 4 points, so this assignment is worth 40 points.
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well for a start,
plants convert the energy of the sun into chemical energy by photosynthesis.
animals convert chemical energy they obtained from plants into kinetic energy.
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yes i did, also mechenical to sound could be a bell ringing
electrical to mechenical could be an electrical bike
electrical to sound a music box
electrical to heat an electrical oven
electrical to light a flashlight
heat to mechenical a powerplant (they burn coal to supply heat to air which rises and turns a turbine)