Pre/Post Test for Energy Unity
This resource, created by Red Rocks Community College, will test students' knowledge of the properties and forms of energy. Twenty questions are included that range from "An increase in the motion of molecules indicates an increase in which form of energy?" to "In the United States, we mainly rely on which source of energy for electricity?" to "What do most power plants use to produce electricity?" Each question is multiple choice and has four possible answers.
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