Energy transfer

Seth-Riley Adams
Quiz by Seth-Riley Adams, updated more than 1 year ago
Seth-Riley Adams
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A small quiz that highlights all the relevant facts and formulas you need to know about energy transfer.

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Question 1

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The most common forms of energy is c[blank_start]hemical[blank_end] energy, p[blank_start]otential[blank_end] energy, k[blank_start]inetic[blank_end] energy, e[blank_start]lectrical[blank_end] energy and h[blank_start]eat[blank_end] energy.
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  • hemical
  • otential
  • inetic
  • lectrical
  • eat

Question 2

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Not so common forms of energy are l[blank_start]ight[blank_end] energy, e[blank_start]lectromagnetic[blank_end] r[blank_start]adiation[blank_end], s[blank_start]ound[blank_end] and n[blank_start]uclear[blank_end] energy.
Answer
  • ight
  • lectromagnetic
  • adiation
  • ound
  • uclear

Question 3

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Work is done when a [blank_start]force[blank_end] [blank_start]moves[blank_end].
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  • force
  • moves

Question 4

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work = [blank_start]force[blank_end] x [blank_start]distance moved in a direction of force[blank_end]
Answer
  • force
  • distance moved in direction of force

Question 5

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The unit of work is the [blank_start]joule[blank_end] (J).
Answer
  • joule

Question 6

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joules = [blank_start]newtons[blank_end] x [blank_start]metres[blank_end]
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  • newtons
  • metres

Question 7

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The work done is a measure of the amount of energy transferred.
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  • True
  • False

Question 8

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power = [blank_start]work done[blank_end]/[blank_start]time taken[blank_end]
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  • work done
  • time taken

Question 9

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The unit of power is the [blank_start]watt[blank_end] (W). 1 W = 1 [blank_start]J[blank_end]/[blank_start]s[blank_end]. 1 kW = 10^[blank_start]3[blank_end] W. 1 mW = 10^[blank_start]6[blank_end] W.
Answer
  • watt
  • J
  • s
  • 3
  • 6

Question 10

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The principle of conservation of energy states: [blank_start]energy[blank_end] cannot be [blank_start]created[blank_end] or [blank_start]destroyed[blank_end]; it is always [blank_start]conserved[blank_end].
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  • energy
  • created
  • destroyed
  • conserved

Question 11

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efficiency = ([blank_start]useful energy output[blank_end]/[blank_start]total energy input[blank_end]) x [blank_start]100%[blank_end]
Answer
  • useful energy output
  • total energy input
  • 100%
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