# Math

(1) which of the following correctly identifies the methods of heat transfer?

1.
A- convention
C- conduction
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2.
A- conduction
C- convention
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3.
A- convention
B- conduction
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4.
B- convention
C- conduction

(2) Melissa burned her hand on the stove. why did putting her hand in a bowl of cold water make the burn less servere?

A- Cold transferred to her hand from the water by convention.
B- Cold transferred to her hand from the water by conduction.
C- Heat transferred from her hand to the water by convention.
D- Heat transferred from her hand to the water by conduction.

(3) A radiator is attached to a wall on one side of a ROOM. Which is the most likely way its heat will warm the air on the other side of the room?

A- by conduction
B- by convention
C- the warm air will sink and condense
D- the warm air will rise and condense

(4) Which of the following is an example of heat transfer by radiation?

A- wind currents
B- a pot of water boiling on the stove
C- a bare foot on a hot sidewalk
D- a microwave oven heating food

1.C
2.D
3.B
4.D

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1. There is no such thing as convention of heat.
Perhaps you mean convection.
You have it in all your choices
I give up.

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2. 2 D correct

3 B correct despite the name being radiator the warm air will rise on the hot wall and sink on the cold wall.

4. D correct

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3. C
D
B
D
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4. 1) C
2) D
3) B
4) D

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8. C
D
B
D

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10. thank all yall

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11. Thanks Zeriku

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13. got 100 with
(1) c
(2) d
(3) b
(4) d

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14. 1. c
2. d
3. b
4. d
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as of today

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15. C
D
B
D
obviously correct

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16. 1.C
2.D
3.B
4.D

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still 100% with
C
D
B
D!

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19. cool I don't know if Yal ArE RiGhT

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20. thx ninja dudes

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21. thx guys i got a 100%

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22. from this day it is still the same 100% thx

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24. the answers are 1 C 2D 3B 4D 1000000000% right:)

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