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6 types of energy


brandon gregory

on 16 April 2014

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Transcript of 6 types of energy

Sound Energy
Photos of the 6 types of Energy
Radiant Energy
Electric Energy
Sound energy is the energy that sound carries. Some examples of sound energy include waves moving through the air after a crash, thunder, a sonic boom, loud music, high pitched notes that can shatter glass, a dog whistle, vibration that comes from boom boxes or car stereos, sonar, snoring, the noise produced by a jack hammer, fire sirens, police sirens, ambulance sirens, traffic noise, horns honking, beeping, buzzing, and whistling teakettles.
Electric energy is energy created through the flow of power in a conductor. Some examples of electric energy are the batteries in a flashlight, another is a light bulb,lightning, electricity stored in capacitors, a telephone wire tower, power cord, and a toaster.
Atomic Energy
Radiant energy is energy transmitted in wave motion, especially electromagnetic wave motion. some examples of radiant energy are visible light, gamma rays, radio waves, and electricity.
Chemical Energy
Chemical energy is energy stored in the bonds of chemical compounds (atoms and molecules. It is released in a chemical reaction, often producing heat as a by product (exothermic reaction. Some examples are batteries, biomass, petroleum, natural gas, and coal
6 types of Energy
The six forms of energy spell SCREAM theirs
S for sound energy
C for chemical energy
R for radiant energy
E for electric energy
A for atomic energy and
M for mechanical energy

Atomic energy is another term for nuclear energy. Some examples of Atomic energy are fire, the Sun which is (fusion), the A-bomb, the H-bomb, and the nuclear fusion reactor.
Mechanical Energy
Mechanical energy is the energy in the physical sciences, mechanical energy is the sum of potential energy and kinetic energy. It is the energy associated with the motion and position of an object. Some examples of Mechanical energy are Rolling, Pulleys, Pushing, Rotation, Gravity and Waves.
By: Shakayla M
sound energy
chemical energy
Brandon G
radiant energy
electric energy
atomic energy
mechanical energy
Johnathan C
Triangles don't have to be even,they can be whatever shape as long as they have three angles No matter what all the angles will add up to 180. You can see triangles everywhere:in the mountains,in your classroom,even at home.There are three types of triangles,right,obtuse,and acute.
Complementary angles
Angles and triangles

Supplementary Angles
Complementary angles are two angles whose measure has a sum of 90.
A supplementary angle has two angles and they both add up to 180 degrees.
supplementary angle
P and K energy
Potential Energy
Kinetic Energy
Kinetic energy is the energy caused by motion. As you can see down below when the girl goes up she has kinetic energy. While the boy is going down the hill on the skateboard he has kinetic energy.
Energy is the ability cause change.
Potential energy
Potential energy is how high in the air something is. The higher it is,the more gravitational pull it has. So if you dropped a phone from a plane,It would have more affect than if you dropped it from 2 feet high.
Right angles
Acute Angles
A right angle is a angle that measures up to exactly 90 degrees
An Acute angles are angles that measure less than 90 degrees.
Hope you enjoyed !!
Obtuse angle
Obtuse angles are angles that measures greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees.
This is a triangle.
No its not!!!
As you can see when the roller coaster is at the top it is gaining potential and when it is going down the ramp it has kinetic energy.
Yes it is,because it has three sides and acute angles.It also adds up to 180 degrees
I'm sorry Bob,but you're not exactly Mr.Right
Right triangle
Scalene Triangle
Scalene triangles
Isosceles triangles
Right triangles are triangles that contain a right triangle which means it measures is 90 degrees
A Scalene Triangle is a triangle that has no equal sides. It's angles add up to 180 degrees.
Isosceles triangles are triangles with two equal sides.Only one side may not be equal.
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