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  1. HEAT HEATHEAT True or False Definitions Conduction Convection Scales in Measurement Radiation Directions

  2. Directions • Choose a subject – True/False, Conduction, Insulator, Definitions, Convection, Radiation • Click on each question, and then carefully answer each. • If you get a question correct, move onto to the next question. • If you get a question incorrect, try again until you get it correct. HEAT

  3. True or False • Question 1 • Question 2 • Question 3 • Question 4 HEAT

  4. True or False • Temperature is the same as heat. True False HEAT

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  6. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

  7. True or False • Heat can change the size of matter. (solids, liquids, and gases) TrueFalse HEAT

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  10. True or False • The amount of heat in matter depends on how fast the particles are moving and the amount of matter present. TrueFalse HEAT

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  13. True or False Water’s boiling point is 50°C and 120°F. TrueFalse HEAT

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  15. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

  16. Conduction • Question 1 • Question 2 HEAT

  17. Conduction Which kind of matter can heat move through most easily by conduction? AirMetalWater HEAT

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  19. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

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  21. Conduction The movement of heat through matter as particles __________ each other. LeaveBump HEAT

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  23. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

  24. Scales in Measurement • Question 1 • Question 2 HEAT

  25. Scales in Measurement What is freezing point of water? 24° F, 5° C32° F, 0° C HEAT

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  27. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

  28. Scales in Measurement What is the boiling point of water? 212° F, 100° C57° F, 42° C HEAT

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  31. Definitions • Question 1 • Question 2 • Question 3 HEAT

  32. Definition Heat is a form of energy that moves from ___________. Side to sideOne place to another HEAT

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  34. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

  35. Definitions A thermometer is a tool used to _________ how hot or cold something is. MeasureMagnify HEAT

  36. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

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  38. Definitions An insulator is any type of material that ______ allow heat to move easily. DoesDoes not HEAT

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  40. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

  41. Convection • Question 1 • Question 2 HEAT

  42. Convection Which kind of matter can heat move through most easily by convection? LiquidsLiquids and Gases HEAT

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  44. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

  45. Convection The movement of heat through liquids and gases by ________. CurrentsWaves

  46. Yes! You are correct.  HEAT

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  48. Radiation • Question 1 • Question 2 HEAT

  49. Radiation Which kind of matter can heat move through most easily by radiation? GasesEmpty space HEAT

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