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23.What kind of energy is involved when ice melts?a.Light energyb.Chemical energyc.Heat energyd.Nuclear energy24.When the electric fan is on and revolving, what energy changes are shown?
25.What is the change of one form of energy into another?
26._______________ is the abnormal rise in the earth’s temperature.
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27.Why can a bus travel faster in going down a mountain than in going up?a.Because of gravityb.Because of air pressurec.Because of frictiond.Because of the speed of wind.
28.Which of the following explains the law of inertia?29.What does a speed limit of 80 km/ hr mean?
30.Which of the following explains the second law of motion?
31.Some scientists believe that the universe started as a hot ball of materials
which exploded and became stars and galaxies. What is this theory?a.Steady-state theoryb.Big bang Theoryc.Pulsating theoryd.B and C
32.What forms/form part of a constellation?
33.Which theory explains that the earth is made up of major plates that oncejoined like ajigsaw Puzzle.
34.It is believed to be made of solid materials. It has a diameter of about 2, 560 to2, 880 kilometers.

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