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  • 1. 8 February 2011
    6.2 Energy everywhere
    Rank these in order of energy
  • 2. Learning objectives
    Recall the different forms of energy (4)
    Analyse the energy transfers in simple systems (5)
  • 3. FUEL
  • 4. ENERGY
    ENERGY
    ENERGY
    ENERGY
    ENERGY
    RGY
    ENERGY
    ENERGY
    ENERGY
    ENERGY
    ENERGY
    ENERGY
    ENERGY
    FUEL
  • 5. ENERGY
  • 6. Types of energy
    Potential
    Energy which is stored or hidden, has the ability to do something but isn’t
    Kinetic
    Energy which is doing something
  • 7.
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  • 12. 6.2 Energy everywhereStored energy
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  • 13. 6.2 Energy everywhereStored energy
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  • 14. 6.2 Energy everywhereStored energy
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  • 15. 6.2 Energy everywhereStored energy
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  • 16. 6.2 Energy everywhereStored energy
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  • 17. 6.2 Energy everywhereQuestions
    (Level 3)
    What is another name for heat energy?
    Copy and complete the sentences below
    using these words:
    transferred energy kinetic
    potential
    _______ is needed to make things happen.
    An object that is moving has _______ energy.
    If an object has energy waiting to be used, it
    has _______ energy. For something to happen,
    energy is _______ from one place to another.
    Which has more potential energy: a ball on
    a table, or a ball on the floor?
    (Level 3)
    (Level 4)
    1 of 3
  • 18. 6.2 Energy everywhereQuestions
    (Level 5)
    What type of potential energy do the
    following objects have?
    a. a hot air balloon
    b. a firework
    c. a squashed ball
    Draw an energy transfer diagram for a
    bonfire burning.
    Draw a detailed energy transfer diagram
    for a petrol-powered car being driven at
    night. Think about all the different energy
    types involved.
    (Level 6)
    (Level 7)
    2 of 3
  • 19. 6.2 Energy everywhereQuestions
    (Level 7)
    Imagine you are a roller-coaster designer.
    Write a proposal for a new type of ride,
    mentioning as many types of energy as
    you can.
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