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Each of these applications uses electromagnetic radiation:
Match the parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, A, B, C and D with the applications labelled 1, 2, 3 and 4:
Q: There are 20 people in an empty, square room. Each person has full sight of the entire room and everyone in it. You are not allowed to move in any way (other than your eyes). Where can you place an apple so that all but one person can see it?
TEACHER: Name a conductor of electricity.
PUPIL: Why... er..
TEACHER: Wire is right. Name a unit of electrical power.
TEACHER: The Watt is absolutely correct.
A bolt of lightning has enough energy to toast ~100,000 slices of bread.