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Energy - Energy is the ability to do work Which of these is...

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Energy is the ability to do work.
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Which of these is not a form of energy? electrical light heat friction
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Copper wire Electro magnetism Magnetic Field 90˚
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e e -1 -1 Magnetic Field e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 Electro magnetism
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Electro magnetism e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 e e -1 -1 1 e e -1 -1 e e
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Electromagnet permanent magnet
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The Speaker Coil paper cone
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Splitting a magnet.
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The Earth is a magnet.
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The Law of Conservation of Energy Energy cannot be created or destroyed . E= m x C 2
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Matter can be converted  into energy .
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Energy given off when there is a change in the nucleus of atoms.
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Electrical Energy the force of moving electrons.
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Electrical Energy (electricity) energy resulting from the force between two objects having different voltages.
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Voltage The potential energy of the electrons in a circuit.
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Current The amount of electrons flowing in a circuit.
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Resistance How much the circuit impedes the flow of electrons.
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