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6/9/2017 Energy Transformations: Question Preview (81) 1/2 _____________ is the ability to do work. a) energy b) work c) potential d) kinetic Energy in motion is considered to be _____________ energy. a) kinetic b) work c) energy d) potential Energy that is stored is considered to be _______________ energy. a) potential b) work c) energy d) kinetic The product of force and distance when a force is used to move an object is ______________. a) work b) potential c) kinetic d) energy A push or pull exerted on an object is _____________. a) force b) potential c) energy d) work The energy associated with objects that can be stretched or compressed is called ____________. a) elastic potential energy b) work c) energy d) gravitational potential energy Potential energy that depends on height is called ______________. a) gravitational potential energy b) force c) work d) elastic potential energy Energy is stored as ________________ in the foods we eat. It is also stored in batteries and in a match that is used to light a candle.

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