This type of energy can be transferred in three different ways: 1) direction contact through collisions (also called conduction), 2) through a fluid making a current created by less dense fluids floating and more dense fluids sinking (also called convection), and 3) by waves traveling with or without a medium (also called radiation)
this type of energy is often found in things like batteries or food
this is radiant energy from the sun; it's the only kind of energy we can see with our eyes
this has to do with the speed of an object and how much mass it has; basically how the object is moving
this is energy that is transferred by the movement of electrons through a conductor: the electrons create a current.
this can be either kinetic or potential and has to do with the energy of position and motion of an object
this is the energy found in the nucleus of an atom
this is the term used when energy changes from one form to another
this type of energy is stored energy; it can be increased by getting into a higher position and/or stretching an object such as a rubber band
this type of energy travels through vibrations on waves
Kinetic energy = 1/2 mass (kg) * velocity squared (m/s) ke = 1/2mv^2ke = 1/2(0.15 kg)(40 m/s)^2the answer is 120 joules.
Force bc it says the ability to make stuff happen
so e = 2x10^-3w/m^2*(π*(3.0x10^-3m)^2)*1min* = 3.4x10^-6j
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