# Test Bank For Physical Science 11Th Edition By Bill Tillery

Test Bank for Physical Science 11th Edition by Bill Tillery is an essential study aid for students taking physical science courses. The Test Bank provides hundreds of questions ranging from multiple choice to essay format, covering all of the key topics in physical science.

In addition, the Test Bank includes answer keys and explanations for each question, making it an invaluable resource for students who want to ace their physical science exams. With the Test Bank for Physical Science 11th Edition by Bill Tillery, students can be confident that they are thoroughly prepared for any physical science test or quiz.

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## Test Bank For Physical Science 11Th Edition By Bill Tillery

Chapter 03

Energy

1. Work is the rate at which you expend energy.

FALSE

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.01

Topic: Work and Power

2. The energy an object has because of its position is called potential energy.

TRUE

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

3. The increase in potential energy caused by lifting an object can be calculated by multiplying its weight by its change in height.

TRUE

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

4. Your electric bill for 1500 kilowatt-hours is a charge for the power you have used that month.

FALSE

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.01

Topic: Work and Power

5. You do more work on yourself against gravity when you run up the stairs than when you walk slowly.

FALSE

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.01

Topic: Work and Power

6. Plants convert energy from the Sun into chemical energy by a process called photosynthesis.

TRUE

Bloom’s Level: 1. Knowledge

Section: 03.03

Topic: Energy conversion

7. An object that falls twice as far will be moving twice as fast when it hits the ground.

FALSE

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

8. As we deplete our coal reserves, we can replace this lost source of energy by increasing our output of hydroelectric power.

FALSE

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.04

Topic: Energy conversion

9. Energy is not conserved when a moving object slows to a stop.

FALSE

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.03

Topic: Energy conversion

10. Nearly all of the energy consumed today is provided by petroleum, coal, hydropower, and nuclear sources.

TRUE

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.04

Topic: Energy conversion

11. The watt (W) is a unit of

A. work.

B. electrical energy.

C. power.

D. force.

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.01

Topic: Work and Power

12. The quantity that has units   is known as a

A. joule.

B. newton.

C. horsepower.

D. watt.

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.01

Topic: Work and Power

13. Which one of the following has an appropriate unit?

A. work – joule

B. force – newton

C. power – watt

D. All of the above.

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.01

Topic: Work and Power

14. Which one of the following does not have the same units as the others?

A. kinetic energy

B. momentum

C. potential energy

D. work

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

15. A car traveling 20 mph can stop in about 40 ft. If the same car were traveling twice as fast, its stopping distance would be roughly

A. 40 ft.

B. 60 ft.

C. 80 ft.

D. 160 ft.

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

16. When a light bulb is rated at 60 W, it means that

A. the bulb uses 60 J of power when it is lit.

B. current is traveling at 60 m/s through the filament.

C. each second, the bulb converts 60 J of electrical energy to heat and light.

D. the bulb loses 60 W of potential energy each second.

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.01

Topic: Energy conversion

17. Kinetic energy refers to

A. energy of motion.

B. energy of position.

C. energy stored in fossil fuels.

D. electrical energy.

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

18. When you throw a ball into the air, its kinetic energy

A. equals  .

B. equals the work you did on the ball.

C. is converted to potential energy as it goes higher.

D. All of the above.

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

19. The amount of energy produced by power-generating dams is

A. increasing, as more of this clean, nonpolluting resource is used.

B. increasing, as more renewable resources are used.

C. decreasing, as more energy is used but new dams are not being built.

D. decreasing, as old dams are destroyed for environmental reasons.

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.04

Topic: Energy conversion

20. Coal that is used in a coal-fired power plant is

A. broken into rice-sized granules and transported on belts.

B. ground to a face-powder consistency and blown into furnaces.

C. burned in baseball-sized chunks for a hotter fire.

D. transported and burned in all sizes of coal chunks.

Bloom’s Level: 2. Understand

Section: 03.04

Topic: Energy conversion

21. Of the following, which coal has the most desirable burning properties and highest energy content?

A. peat

B. lignite

C. subbituminous

D. bituminous

Bloom’s Level: 1. Knowledge

Section: 03.04

Topic: Energy conversion

22. Why is solar energy becoming more common for household electricity use?

A. becoming more expensive

B. becoming less expensive

C. solar cells are smaller today than in the past

D. chemical storage batteries are dangerous

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.05

Topic: Energy conversion

23. The potential energy of a ball on the ground is zero. If the ball is then moved to the bottom of a hole, its potential energy is

A. non existent.

B. same as it was on the surface.

C. negative.

D. zero.

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

24. Two students stand poised to leap off a high dive structure into a swimming pool below. Pat is twice as massive as Chris. Which of the following is true?

A. Pat will reach the ground sooner than Chris.

B. Both students have the same gravitational potential energy.

C. Both students will have the same kinetic energy just before impact.

D. Pat did twice as much work climbing to the top of the structure.

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

25. While exploring an ancient Mayan tomb, you discover that the walls begin to move and are closing in on you. By exerting 400 N of force, you are able to keep a wall from coming closer. The work you are doing on the wall is

A. 400 J

B. 3920 J

C. unknown, because the mass of the wall is not given.

D. zero, because the wall is not moving.

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.01

Topic: Work and Power

26. The energy technology that is today contributing about as much energy as moving water is

A. solar cells

B. OTEC

C. power tower

D. biomass

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply

Section: 03.05

Topic: Energy conversion

27. Which form of energy does not require matter for traveling through space?

A. electrical

B. chemical

D. mechanical

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.03

Topic: Energy conversion

28. Roughly, what fraction of our nation’s current energy needs in total is supplied by coal?

A. 10%

B. 20%

C. 40%

D. 80%

Bloom’s Level: 1. Knowledge

Section: 03.04

Topic: Energy conversion

29. Energy sources used today are mostly in what form of energy?

A. electrical

B. chemical

D. nuclear

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.04

Topic: Energy conversion

30. You can find the kinetic energy of a book of a known mass just before it hits the floor after falling a known distance by using which equation?

A. W = Fd

B. K.E. = ½ mv2

C. P.E. = mgh

D. None of the above.

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze

Section: 03.02

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy

Category # of Questions

Bloom’s Level: 1. Knowledge 3

Bloom’s Level: 2. Understand 1

Bloom’s Level: 3. Apply 12

Bloom’s Level: 4. Analyze 14

Section: 03.01 8

Section: 03.02 10

Section: 03.03 3

Section: 03.04 7

Section: 03.05 2

Topic: Energy conversion 13

Topic: Potential and kinetic energy 10

Topic: Work and Power 7

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