Daily TAKS Connection: Conservation of Energy. IPC(6): The student knows the impact of energy transformations in everyday life. The student is expected to: (A) describe the law of conservation of energy. Construct a five tab foldable Materials: Foldable handout Scissors Pen
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IPC(6): The student knows the impact of energy transformations in everyday life. The student is expected to:
(A) describe the law of conservation of energy.
Cut each paper hamburger fold. You should have 6 ½ pieces of paper. Staple all sheets together in order, with the title page on top
Cut on dotted line at the top of each page so that you form “tabs” for each page.Foldable Instructions
Many forms of energy:
According to the equation E = mc2, mass —
A. travels at the speed of light
B. can be transformed into energy
C. contains light energy
D. is doubled when exposed to light
The initial experimental conditions are shown in the data table. The temperature of the water increases to 28°C when the metal block is added. How much heat was gained by the water (Cp = 4.1868 J/g°C ) when the block was added?