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Q: The law of the conservation of energy says that energy cannot be created and it cannot be - A. used. B. changed. C. destroyed. D. transformed.
A: C. Destroyed
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User: The law of the conservation of energy says that energy cannot be created and it cannot be - A. used. B. changed. C. destroyed. D. transformed.

Weegy: C. Destroyed
czarxtian|Points 2067|

User: Which of the following has the most kinetic energy? A. a bus stopped at a red light B. a small child moving slowly on a tricycle C. a player hanging on the rim after dunking a basketball D. a helicopter getting ready to take off from the top of a tall building

Weegy: C. a player hanging on the rim after dunking a basketball
laura27|Points 132|

User: A large mass resting a meter off the ground could have as much ________ energy as a smaller mass resting from a greater height. A. kinetic B. potential C. gravitational D. gravitational potential

Weegy: The answer is: B. potential. A large mass resting a meter off the ground could have as much "potential" energy as a smaller mass resting from a greater height.
Koolsum|Points 1456|

User: A wrecking ball on its way down before it hits a building is an example of ________ energy being converted into ________ energy. A. kinetic, potential B. potential, kinetic C. potential, potential D. kinetic, mechanical

Weegy: A. kinetic, potential
koaley|Points 6262|

User: Which of the following is not an example of chemical energy? A. gold B. wood C. gasoline D. pop corn

Weegy: A. gold. Gold is not a good example of chemical energy.
eturker|Points 2852|

User: A large chunk of ice breaks off an Alaskan glacier and lands in the ocean. When does the chunk of ice have the most potential energy? A. right before it breaks off B. a short time after it starts to fall C. right before it lands in the ocean D. at the very moment it lands in the ocean

Weegy: The answer is A. Right before it breaks off.
brainshared|Points 5534|

User: ________ energy is energy due to the motion or position of an object. A. Heat B. Kinetic C. Potential D. Mechanical

Weegy: D. Mechanical
latefisher|Points 3420|

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