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Energy by Mind Map: Energy

1. Soulful Snow Leopards

1.1. Nurin

1.2. Lyka

1.3. Bryan

2. Tasks

2.1. Nurin

2.1.1. Light Energy

2.1.1.1. What?

2.1.1.2. How?

2.1.1.3. Why?

2.1.2. Kinetic Energy

2.1.2.1. What?

2.1.2.2. How?

2.1.2.3. Why?

2.1.3. Potential energy

2.1.3.1. What?

2.1.3.2. How?

2.1.3.3. Why?

2.1.4. Energy conversions

2.1.5. Positive

2.2. Lyka

2.2.1. Sound Energy

2.2.1.1. What?

2.2.1.2. How?

2.2.1.3. Why?

2.2.2. How?

2.2.3. Where?

2.2.4. Chemical potential energy

2.3. Bryan

2.3.1. Heat Energy

2.3.1.1. How?

2.3.1.2. What?

2.3.1.3. Why?

2.3.2. Why?

2.3.3. What?

3. What?

3.1. Ability to do work

3.2. Power our homes

3.3. Does NOT have mass and does NOT occupy space.

4. Why?

4.1. need energy to walk, jog, ect

4.2. for photosynthesis

4.3. We need energy to survive.

5. How?

5.1. Energy is simply used for everything in our life.

5.2. For example, to work all the appliance we need electrical energy.

5.3. Energy is also imortant to us because if we do not have energy we could NEVER survive.

6. Light Energy

6.1. Enables us to see.

6.2. main source sun

6.3. plants to photosynthesis

6.4. without light energy, we cant do some things.

7. Where?

7.1. Ocean Waves

7.2. Batteries

7.3. Sunlight that falls onto the Earth

7.4. Boiling water

7.5. In the food we eat

8. Sound Energy

8.1. Sounds that you hear.

8.2. Sound energy is produced by sound vibrations.

8.3. cant be seen

8.4. not a matter

9. Heat Energy

9.1. main source- sun

9.2. dry clothes

9.3. stay warm

9.4. enables us to cook

10. Kinetic Energy

10.1. It is the energy of motion.

10.2. Kinetic energy is the fact that a moving object can do work on anything it hits.

10.3. Examples also include cars. Cars have kinetic energy when they move.

11. Potentional Energy

11.1. This stored energy of position is referred to as potential energy.

11.1.1. An object can store energy as the result of its position.

11.2. Gravitational Potential Energy

11.2.1. Relation between gravitational potential energy and the mass of an object-More massive objects have greater gravitational potential energy.

11.2.2. Is stored the result of the gravitational attraction of the Earth for the object.

11.2.3. Stored in an object

11.2.4. Associated with gravitational force

11.3. Elastic Potential Energy

11.3.1. Can be stored in rubber bands, bungee chords, trampolines, springs, etc.

11.3.2. related to the amount of stretch of the device - the more stretch, the more stored energy.

11.4. Chemical Potential Energy

11.4.1. Fuels

11.4.2. We use chemical energy

11.5. Electrical Potential Energy

11.5.1. An object can have potential energy by virtue

12. Positive

12.1. enough energy to play

12.2. Strength to do work

12.3. strength to do work

13. Electrical Energy

13.1. It is a form of energy that effects almost every part of our lives.

13.2. Available when electricity flows in an electric circuit.

13.3. Some examples are: Lights, televisions, computers/laptops and air conditioners.