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A rock has the least potential energy at the ____ of a hill | |

Solar energy is ______ energy | |

In a distance and time graph if it is a straight line, you know you are moving with _______ (Acceleration/Constant speed) | |

A toaster shows _______ energy to thermal energy | |

An electric fan is an example of electric energy changing to _______ energy | |

An electric fan is an example of _______ energy changing to Mechanical energy | |

Coal and other fossil fuels are examples of ______ energy | |

An object will fall ______ on Jupiter because it has more gravity than earth | |

Energy that travels in transverse waves is called electromagnetic energy or ______ energy | |

If you push 100 N left and 40 N right, what is the net force? | |

A rock has the most potential energy at the ____ of a hill | |

An object will fall ______ on the moon because it has less gravity than earth | |

A battery operated flashlight shows chemical energy changing to _________ then changing to light energy | |

Gasoline before it gets burned is an example of the stored _______ energy it has | |

In a distance and time graph the slope of the line represents the _______ of the object | |

A rock has the least kinetic energy at the ____ of a hill | |

If you push a cart with 10 N right and 4 N left, it will move | |

A rock has the most potential energy at the ____ of a hill | |

A rock has the least potential energy at the ____ of a hill | |

A rock has the most kinetic energy at the ____ of a hill | |

A rock has the least kinetic energy at the ____ of a hill | |

In a distance and time graph if it is a straight line, you know you are moving with _______ (Acceleration/Constant speed) | |

In a distance and time graph if it is a curved line, you know you are moving with ____________ (Acceleration/Constant speed) | |

If you push a cart with 10 N right and 4 N left, it will move | |

If you push a cart with 10 N left and 4 N right, it will move | |

An object will fall ______ on the moon because it has less gravity than earth | |

An object will fall ______ on Jupiter because it has more gravity than earth | |

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