# science

A circuit in a home provides power to a light fixture. The homeowners want to use a compact fluorescent bulb instead of an incandescent bulb. Compact fluorescent bulbs can produce as much light as incandescent bulbs but with less energy. How is this possible?

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1. The incandescent bulb makes mostly heat energy.

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2. A Incandescent bulbs produce other forms of energy, too, including heat.
D kinetic to electrical to chemical
A Turning the switch on completes the circuit between the power source and the load.
C energy stored in the bonds between atoms and molecules
C kinetic energy to thermal energy

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3. thanks man phat is right

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4. thx phat you are right and thx again

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5. phat is right 5/5 dont use letters use the sentence tho

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6. Yeah so.... Phat why wouldnt you put the actual letters for the right answers... you gave the right answers but the letters didnt match up.. i got a 1/5 xD

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7. Thank you Phat. The answers are correct. As with most quick checks the letters vary

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8. Someone you don’t know that is completely your fault Bc the letter don’t match up we have different letters for our test your just

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9. Those answers are right, but the letters don't match up

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