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# Exam1 - 1 What is your PennState email ID Answer Right...

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1. What is your PennState email ID? Answer Right Points Earned:0/0 Correct Answer: Your Response: 2. From the following, identify the list where all energy sources are non-renewable energy sources. (2 Points) A. Natural Gas, Tidal B. Nuclear Fusion, Coal C. Nuclear Fission, Petroleum D. Solar, Biomass Solar, Nuclear Fusion, Biomass, Wind, Tidal, Solar are renewable energy sources. Nuclear Fission, Petroleum, Coal, Natural Gas are non-renewable energy sources. Right Points Earned:2/2 Correct Answer: C Your Response: C 3. One kilo calorie is equal to how many calories? (2 Points) 4. Which natural resource is the United States richest in? (2 Points) 5. Which one of the following energy conversion devices has the lowest energy efficiency?

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(2 Points) 6. Which of the following is true about energy conversion devices? (2 Points) A. Total Energy Input = Efficiency X Total Energy Output B. Total Energy Input = Energy Dissipated to the surroundings C. Total Energy Input = Useful Energy Output D. Total Energy Input = Total Energy Output Total Energy Input = Useful Energy Output + Energy Dissipated to the surroundings Total Energy Input = Total Energy Output Efficiency = Useful Energy Output / Total Energy Input Refer to screen 2&5 in 'Lesson 3: Energy Efficiency' Right Points Earned:2/2 Correct Answer: D Your Response: D 7. From a computer, the useful energy output is in the form of _____ energy. (2 Points) 8. In a heat engine, ________ energy is converted into mechanical energy. (2 Points)

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