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Ch 9: Energy Conservation & Earth's Resources

About This Chapter

With the lessons and assessments of this chapter, you will be able to improve your understanding of energy conservation, the various types of sources of energy, and the advantages and disadvantages to using them.

Energy Conservation & Earth's Resources - Chapter Summary

The objective of this chapter is to present you with a resource that will help you study the meaning of the conservation of energy, how it relates to energy consumption and the different types of energy sources we utilize. The lessons in this chapter were assembled by our professional instructors to provide you with an effective but brief review of:

  • Definition, processes and examples of energy conservation
  • Examples of and differences between resources and reserves
  • Differences between renewable and non-renewable resources
  • Advantages and disadvantages of using fossil fuels

Test your understanding by completing the lessons' quizzes. These short assessments will help you identify topics you don't quite understand and provide you with a link to the parts of the lesson that explained them. Use these links to reinforce your understanding of missed topics or use the lesson's transcript as an additional review of the material.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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