Energy Conversions

timer Asked: May 3rd, 2016

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Directions: Indicate the specific form in which the energy begins and the form in which it ends after the transition. 

Example: before: Potential. A ball picks up speed as it rolls down a hill. After: Kinetic. 

1. a concrete dam holding back water suddenly breaks. 
2. A farmer eats a large breakfast before spending the day working. 
3. A car decelerates as it climbs a hill. 
4. Electricity in your house powers a lamp. 
5. You eat nutrients that become stored in your body for later use. 
6. A kerosene heater warms a room by burning fuel. 
7. A flowerpot sitting in the window is knocked down by a cat and falls. 
8. A waterwheel grinds grains in a mill. 
9. An archer holding a stretched bow releases her arrow and it soars through the air. 
10. A book sitting on a low shelf is placed on a higher shelf. 
11. A cannon is lighted and the explosion of gunpowder fires the cannonball. 
12. A record player produces sound as the record album spins. 

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