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LaylaSanaii:

When a frying pan containing an uncooked egg is placed on the stove top and the electric burner is turned on, the egg then cooks. What is the source of heat energy of the cooking egg? 1- Electrical energy from the power socket 2- Newly created energy that was not present earlier 3- Newly created energy that increased the total energy 4- Mechanical energy from the heating element in the kettle

LaylaSanaii:

I think B is the correct answer bc When a frying pan containing an uncooked egg is placed on the stove top and the electric burner is turned on, the egg then cooks.

xhikari:

the law of conservation of energy says you cannot create nor destroy energy.. it can only change forms. this elminates half of our answer choices.

LaylaSanaii:

I think it's 2 bc When a frying pan containing an uncooked egg is placed on the stove top and the electric burner is turned on, the egg then cooks.

Seba14:

B

xhikari:

2 says newly created energy, so thats incorrect

LaylaSanaii:

oh you are right i didn't see that

xhikari:

it is an electrical stove so this can help us decide between A and D. which one do you think?

LaylaSanaii:

A

xhikari:

great work! you're correct

Seba14:

B

LaylaSanaii:

Thank You seba But tbh i think it's A

Seba14:

Ok

LaylaSanaii:

I had to read it again

Seba14:

U got this

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