Everyday uses for Conduction, Convection and Radiation

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Conduction could be your stove to a pot or pan Convection could be a microwave cooking food Radiation could be the sun hitting your face. 


coduction: when you cook and mix your food with a metal objects it starts to heat up.                   (the transfer of heat particles in a solid) covection: a convection current e.g. a radiator is releasing heat the heat goes up as the particles heat up then they flow and get colder so they get denser and sink then flow back to the radiator to get heat and go back up and so on and on. radiation: a vacuum the transfer of heat in no particles e.g space.

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