1. Which of the following best describes heat?, a. It is the energy produced by the sun., b. It is the total kinetic energy of an object., c. It is the measure of hotness or coldness of an object., d. It is the energy that flows from one object to another., 2. Which of the following is required for heat transfer?, a. differences in mass, b. differences in volume, c. differences in properties, d. differences in temperature, 3. What will happen if an object releases heat?, a. It will become hotter., b. It will become cooler., c. It will have lower temperature., d. It will have a higher temperature., 4. The feeding bottle with hot milk is submerged in a container with cold water. Which of the following will be observed?, a. Both milk and water will become hotter., b. Both milk and water will become colder., c. The hot milk will become colder and the cold water will become hotter until they reach their thermal equilibrium., d. The hot milk will become hotter and the cold water will become colder until they reach their thermal equilibrium., 5. When you touch an ice cube with your finger, how does energy flow?, a. It flows from both direction., b. It flows from your finger to the ice cube., c. It transfers from the ice cube to your finger., d. It moves from the ice cube to your finger then to the environment.



1. Which of the following best describes heat?


a. It is the energy produced by the sun.
b. It is the total kinetic energy of an object.
c. It is the measure of hotness or coldness of an object.
d. It is the energy that flows from one object to another.
2. Which of the following is required for heat transfer?
a. differences in mass
b. differences in volume
c. differences in properties
d. differences in temperature
3. What will happen if an object releases heat?
a. It will become hotter.
b. It will become cooler.
c. It will have lower temperature.
d. It will have a higher temperature.
4. The feeding bottle with hot milk is submerged in a container with cold water. Which of the following will be observed?
a. Both milk and water will become hotter.
b. Both milk and water will become colder.
c. The hot milk will become colder and the cold water will become hotter until they reach their thermal equilibrium.
d. The hot milk will become hotter and the cold water will become colder until they reach their thermal equilibrium.
5. When you touch an ice cube with your finger, how does energy flow?
a. It flows from both direction.
b. It flows from your finger to the ice cube.
c. It transfers from the ice cube to your finger.
d. It moves from the ice cube to your finger then to the environment.

Answer:

1.a

2.

3.c

4.c

5.b

I hope it helps ,but Im not sure in number 5.



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