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Particles are closely bonded together and they vibrate in a fixed position, they are strong forces of attraction..Gas Solid or Liquid?
Solid
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Particles are fairly bonded together though there is some space, they also vibrate but have a flowing movement.They are fairly strong forces of attraction..Gas Solid or Liquid?
Liquid
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Particles are very spaced out with little or no bonds, the particles now also move freely asthere are less bonds. They are really weak forces of attraction..Gas Solid or Liquid?
Gas
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A sky diver would be an example of which form of energy?
Gravitational Potential Energy
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A magnet would be an example of which form of energy?
Magenetic Energy
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Fire would be an example of which form of energy?
Thermal/heat Energy
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Ball throwing would be an example of which form of energy?
Kinetic Energy
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A light switch would be an example of which form of energy?
Electrical Energy
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A guitar would be an example of which form of energy?
Sound Energy
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Renewable energy is energy that can be re-used. Examples of this could be:
Solar/wind/geothermal
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Non-renewable energy is energy that can not be re-used. Examples of this could be:
Oil/coal/gas
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Particles are fairly bonded together though there is some space, they also vibrate but have a flowing movement.They are fairly strong forces of attraction..Gas Solid or Liquid?

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Particles are very spaced out with little or no bonds, the particles now also move freely asthere are less bonds. They are really weak forces of attraction..Gas Solid or Liquid?

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A sky diver would be an example of which form of energy?

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A magnet would be an example of which form of energy?

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