hwE - Chapter 6: RQ 11,12,14,17 CE...

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Chapter 6: RQ 11,12,14,17 CE 2,9,14,27,28,33,34,35,36,38,40,46 RQ11. Elastic: a rubber band stretched out. Thermal: pot of boiling water. Chemical: a piece of wood burning. Kinetic: a golf ball after being hit by a club. Gravitational: a rock on at a high height. RQ12: If you double the speed of an object you will quadruple its kinetic energy and if you double the height of an object you will double its gravitational energy. RQ14. The law of conservation of energy has been true in every situation yet observed, Newton’s law do have not been true for all situations since it is not true for things to small or things moving too fast or things that are too big. RQ17. Kinetic Thermal: When a falling object hits the ground most of the kinetic energy is transformed into thermal. Kinetic Elastic: When you stretch out a rubber band the kinetic energy of the rubber band being stretched out is transformed into elastic energy. Elastic Thermal: When a spring recoil the Elastic energy of the spring is
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