End of topic review

This lesson is a revision of key ideas covered in the whole energy topic.

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Q1.What country was Annie Easley from?

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Q2.What does NASA stand for?

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Q3.Annie Easley got a degree from Cleveland State University, what subject was it in?

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Q4.What did Annie Easley get a job as at NACA (NASA)?

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Q5.Annie Easley worked as an EEO to help other people be treated fairly at work. EEO stands for _________ Employment Officer. What goes in the gap?

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Q6.Annie Easley worked on a rocket propelled upper stage - what was it called?

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Q7.This is a quote from Annie Easley - 'You can be __________ you want to. It doesn't matter what you look like, what your size is, what your colour is. You can be anything you want to, but you do have to work at it.' - what word goes in the gap?

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Q8.Annie Easley worked on batteries - batteries are an example of a __________ energy store. What goes in the gap?

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Q9.Annie Easley worked on wind and solar power - what type of energy resources are these?

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Q10.What layer of the atmosphere did Annie Easley help to investigate?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

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Q1.What country was Annie Easley from?

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Q2.What does NASA stand for?

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Q3.Annie Easley got a degree from Cleveland State University, what subject was it in?

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Q4.What did Annie Easley get a job as at NACA (NASA)?

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Q5.Annie Easley worked as an EEO to help other people be treated fairly at work. EEO stands for _________ Employment Officer. What goes in the gap?

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Q6.Annie Easley worked on a rocket propelled upper stage - what was it called?

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Q7.This is a quote from Annie Easley - 'You can be __________ you want to. It doesn't matter what you look like, what your size is, what your colour is. You can be anything you want to, but you do have to work at it.' - what word goes in the gap?

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Q8.Annie Easley worked on batteries - batteries are an example of a __________ energy store. What goes in the gap?

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Q9.Annie Easley worked on wind and solar power - what type of energy resources are these?

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Q10.What layer of the atmosphere did Annie Easley help to investigate?

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End of Topic Review

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Q1.Fill in the gap: tidal water is an example of a ___________ energy store

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Q2.Which of these is not formed from fossils?

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Q3.In the burning food investigation where you are trying to find out which food contains the most energy - what is the dependent variable?

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Q4.Time = _________ ÷ power

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Q5.What is 4 hours in seconds?

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Q6.Complete the equation: ___________ = energy x price per unit

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Q7.Calculate the power for a bulb that transfers 100 J every 40 s

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Q8.If the start temperature of some water is 30 °C and the final temperature is 90 °C, what is the temperature change?

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Q9.Complete the gap: the formation of oil takes ________ of years and requires lots of heat and pressure

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Q10.Fill the gap: in a power plant, when steams goes through a narrow tube and hits the turbine blades they starts to spin. The turbine is connected to a __________ which spins too.

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End of Topic Review

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Q1.Fill in the gap: tidal water is an example of a ___________ energy store

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Q2.Which of these is not formed from fossils?

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Q3.In the burning food investigation where you are trying to find out which food contains the most energy - what is the dependent variable?

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Q4.Time = _________ ÷ power

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Q5.What is 4 hours in seconds?

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Q6.Complete the equation: ___________ = energy x price per unit

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Q7.Calculate the power for a bulb that transfers 100 J every 40 s

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Q8.If the start temperature of some water is 30 °C and the final temperature is 90 °C, what is the temperature change?

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Q9.Complete the gap: the formation of oil takes ________ of years and requires lots of heat and pressure

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Q10.Fill the gap: in a power plant, when steams goes through a narrow tube and hits the turbine blades they starts to spin. The turbine is connected to a __________ which spins too.

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