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4. When a fan is turned on, it changes electrical energy into ______ energy.
A. motion
B. magnetic
C. gravitational
D. electromagnet

5. An experiment discovered that a particular material was a poor conductor of electricity. This material would most likely be used as an
A. conductor
B. insulator
C. switch
D. resistor

1. A
2. B
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  1. I don't see questions 1 and 2, but if you are referring to questions 4 and 5, then I believe that answer choice A is the best answer choice for number 4 and I agree with your answer choice for number five as well.

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  2. I agree with both answers.

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  3. A- Correct - Fans change electrical energy into kinetic energy (motion energy is an acceptable term too)
    B- Correct- If a material isn't a good conductor, it can be used as an insulator.

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  4. thanks, and yes I was referring to question 4 and 5 sorry!!

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  5. YES THE CHOICES ARE RIGHT

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  6. Did u finish this ??? I'm am working on it today.

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  7. They are right

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  8. The answer is: C

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