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Vocabulary Test 6 Matter, Forms and Uses of Energy, Light
1. A hair dryer produces two main forms of energy. Which form of energy produced by a hair dryer is not useful? A Electric B Sound C Thermal D Mechanical
2. Copper wires are wrapped in plastic because the plastic is a(n) - A insulator B conductor C freezer D protector
3. Sandra was looking out her kitchen window. The window was made of clear, flat glass. The light came into the kitchen, and she could see outside clearly. The kitchen window is - A opaque B translucent C transparent D transmitted
4. White light contains all 7 colors of the rainbow. As the light hits the leaf, the color green will be- • reflected • refracted • absorbed • transmitted
5. What is the minimum temperature of the substance shown in the picture below? • 0* Celsius • 100* Celsius • 100* Fahrenheit • 5* Celsius
6. If a student holds a light to a prism and can see a rainbow, the student is observing light that has been - • reflected. • refracted. • insulated. • attracted.
7. A teacher plugs a hotplate into an outlet and turns it on. The burner becomes hot and is ready to be used. What type of energy is being produced by the hot plate? • thermal energy. • sound energy. • light energy. • electrical energy
8. When we observe individual colors, we are observing light that has been - • reflected. • refracted. • conducted. • reacted.
9. A student wants to measure the volume of a liquid by putting it in a black coffee cup. The reason the student would have a hard time using the coffee cup is that the cup is-. • opaque • translucent • transparent • transmitted
10. A rollercoaster waiting at the top of the big hill is an example of - • Thermal Energy • Kinetic Energy • Sound Energy • Potential Energy