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1. FIRST ANSWER IS THE CORRECT ANSWER 2. 3. 4. Heat is 5. (1) the total kinetic energy of a set of particles 6. (2) the average kinetic energy of a set of particles 7. (3) the radiant energy from a moving object 8. (4) NVA 9. (5) NVA 10. 11. 12. 13. Temperature is 14. (1) a number related to the average kinetic energy of a set of particles 15. (2) a number related to the total kinetic energy of a set of particles 16. (3) the average kinetic energy of a set of particles expressed in Joules 17. (4) NVA 18. (5) NVA 19. 20. 21. 22. The energy stored in an object depending upon its position is termed 23. (1) potential energy 24. (2) kinetic energy 25. (3) radiative energy 26. (4) NVA 27. (5) NVA 28. 29. 30. 31. The reference level for gravitational potential energy that we normally 32. use when talking about two bodies orbiting each other is chosen to be when

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Unformatted text preview: 33. the two bodies are 34. (1) infinitely far apart 35. (2) at a standard finite (that is, non-infinite) distance apart 36. (3) touching each other 37. (4) NVA 38. (5) NVA 39. 40. 41. 42. In the cases we have considered, when an object is below the 43. reference level for gravitational potential energy, its potential energy is 44. (1) negative 45. (2) positive 46. (3) undefined 47. (4) NVA 48. (5) NVA 49. 50. 51. 52. When a ball is thrown upwards (near the Earth's surface), 53. (1) its kinetic energy is converted to gravitational potential energy 54. (2) its gravitational potential energy is converted to kinetic energy 55. (3) its kinetic energy is converted into mass-energy 56. (4) NVA 57. (5) NVA...
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