Heat, Energy, and Bicycling in New York City

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Closely read the authentic text 'Heat, Energy, and Bicycling in New York City ' citing textual evidence to answer research-based comprehension questions aligned to the Common Core State Standards.

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Heat, Energy, and Bicycling in New York City (ReadWorks)

What do cars, bicycles, and many other types of transportation do when they are in motion? 
Choose the answer that best completes the sentence below.   A person’s body temperature rises _______ he or she rides a bicycle.  
A person on a bicycle is breathing hard, sweating, and pedaling fast.   Based on this evidence, the person is probably  
What does the word insulates mean in this sentence?  
According to the passage, how does the human body get rid of heat energy to keep itself cool when the temperature is high?  
End of Passage Quiz 
According to the passage, where does the energy that propels a bicycle forward come from?  
Why can a bicycle be considered a device that can convert energy?