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24 October, 09:50

You use what energy for cooking and Heating

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  1. 24 October, 10:51
    Answer: Thermal


    Thermal energy is used to cook food. Thermal energy is heat. It's converted from either electrical potential energy or chemical potential energy, depending on the cooking appliance. An electric stove converts electric potential energy to thermal energy.
  2. 24 October, 10:54
    Answer: Thermal Energy


    Thermal Energy is for anything that relates to heat, so a hairdryer also uses thermal energy
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