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I am stuck on this question, especially how I’d get both marks. So far I have that the pump would transfer energy from its kinetic energy store to the air’s thermal energy store. I’m not sure if this is even correct. Would it transfer energy to the air’s kinetic energy store too?
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When the gas is inflated the tyre, the pressure in it is raising what leads to an increase kinetic energy of the gas particles in the tyre - they are moving around more - and therefore an increase temperature.
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When the gas is inflated the tyre, the pressure in it is raising what leads to an increase kinetic energy of the gas particles in the tyre - they are moving around more - and therefore an increase temperature.
wow, thank you so much
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wow, thank you so much
You are welcome. I am so glad that my reply was simple and understandable enough to make things clear for you.
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