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1. According to the Law of Conservation of Energy, Energy can be both created and destroyed, but not transformed. Energy can be created but not destroyed or transformed. Energy can be destroyed and transformed but not created. Energy cannot be created or destroyed, but it can be transformed.
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. The upstairs of a house might be warmer than the downstairs due to heat transfer by radiation. convection. conduction. oscillation
3. Energy in motion is called potential energy. kinetic energy. thermal energy. conserved energy.
4. Chemical energy that is stored in chemical bonds is what kind of energy? potential energy. kinetic energy. thermal energy. conservation of energy. 5. When you turn on the heat in the car, heat is being transferred by radiation conduction convection conservation. 6. Heat is transferred between two objects when they touch by a process called radiation conduction convection conseravtion of energy. 7. Which of the following is possible because of the Law of Conservation of Energy? Energy can be created Energy can be destroyed Energy can be transformed Energy can be recycled. 8. Gasoline is a _____________ energy source. renewable nonrenewable potential kinetic 9. Which of the following is a renewable energy source? Trees Coal Oil Natural Gas 10. A hot water heater heats water at the bottom but has hot water on top because of heat transfer by radiation conduction convection conservation of energy.