To demonstrate Interconversion of Potential and Kinetic Energy
 1) What is the correct option in the circumstance of throwing a ball upward? The potential energy is at its maximum when the ball reaches its highest point The potential energy is at its minimum when the ball is at its highest point The mechanical energy is zero when the object is at its highest point The kinetic energy is at its maximum when the ball reaches its highest point

 2) When a spring is compressed, what type of energy is stored in the spring? Thermal energy Potential energy Kinetic energy Electrical energy

 3) Which of the following best defines kinetic energy? Energy associated with the forces acting on an object Energy possessed by an object due to its motion Energy transferred by heat or electromagnetic waves Energy stored in an object due to its position or state

 4) Which of the following factors affects the amount of potential energy possessed by an object? Velocity of the object Speed of the object Temperature of the object Height or position of the object

 5) Which of the following options is not an example of interconversion of kinetic and potential energy? Tennis serves A swinging pendulum Bouncing Ball A moving car producing sound

 6) When a car accelerates from rest, what happens to its kinetic energy? It becomes zero It remains constant It increases It decreases

 7) Which real-life example best illustrates the interconversion of potential and kinetic energy, like the principles demonstrated by Maxwell's Wheel and a simple pendulum? A stationary rock on a hilltop A roller coaster going through a loop Solar panels generate electricity A battery powering a flashlight

 8) Which of the following best describes the behaviour of Maxwell's Wheel? When Maxwell's wheel rises, potential energy increases; when Maxwell's wheel falls, kinetic energy decreases When Maxwell's wheel rises, total mechanical energy decreases When Maxwell's wheel rises, total mechanical energy increases When Maxwell's wheel rises, potential energy decreases; when Maxwell's wheel falls, kinetic energy increases

 9) How does the conservation of energy apply to Maxwell's Wheel? The total energy of the system remains constant Energy is destroyed within the system Energy is converted only from kinetic to potential Energy is created within the system

 10) Why does Maxwell's wheel lose its height each time the wheel is wound back up the string? Due to tension Due to non-conservative force Due to weight Due to gravitational force