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  • Jeopardy1234 Q $100Q $200Q $300Q $400Q $500Q $100Q $100Q $100Q $200Q $200Q $200Q $300Q $300Q $300Q $400Q $400Q $400Q $500Q $500Q $500Final Jeopardy

  • $100 Question from H1The law that states that for every action force there is an equal and opposite reaction force is:Newtons first law of motionNewtons second law of motionNewtons third law of motion

  • $100 Answer from H1Newtons 3rd law

  • $200 Question from H1Which object does not have momentum?A fish swimming in a pondA rock by the side of the roadA feather falling to the ground

  • $200 Answer from H1A rock by the side of the road

  • $300 Question from H1Which has greater momentum:A small pick-up traveling at 55 km/hA motorcycle traveling at 55 km/hA full-sized bus traveling at 55 km/h

  • $300 Answer from H1A full-sized bus traveling at 55 km/h

  • $400 Question from H1The law of conservation of energy states thata.the energy of a system can disappear.b.energy cannot change formc.energy can neither be created nor destroyed

  • $400 Answer from H1energy can neither be created nor destroyed

  • $500 Question from H1The transfer of energy by the movement of fluids or gases with different temperatures is called:ConvectionConductionRadiation

  • $500 Answer from H1Convection

  • $100 Question from H2Sound waves from a radio generally travel in which medium?airearthwater

  • $100 Answer from H2Air

  • $200 Question from H2The highest point of a wave is the _________________, and the __________ is the lowest point.a. crest, troughb. trough, crestc. frequency, amplitude

  • $200 Answer from H2a. crest, trough

  • $300 Question from H2The _______________ is the distance between two crests of a wave.a. amplitudeb. frequencyc. wavelength

  • $300 Answer from H2c. wavelength

  • $400 Question from H2The law of reflection states that when light rays reflect off a surface the angle of incidence:a. is one-half the angle of reflectionb. equals the angle of reflectionc. is twice the angle of reflection

  • $400 Answer from H2b. equals the angle of reflection

  • $500 Question from H2There is an attractive force between two charged objects when:a. their charges are of unlike signb. they have the same number of protonsc. their charges are of like sign

  • $500 Answer from H2a. their charges are of unlike sign

  • $100 Question from H3Use the Second Law of Motion (F = ma) to solve the following problem:What is the force necessary to accelerate a 1000 kg car at a rate of 20m/s2?

  • $100 Answer from H31000 x 20 = 20000 Newtons

  • $200 Question from H3Calculate the momentum (p = mv) for the following: A 1.0 kg ball traveling eastward at 5 m/s.

  • $200 Answer from H31 x 5 = 5 kg*m/s eastward

  • $300 Question from H3What is the gravitational potential energy of a 50 kg box that is 5.0 m above the ground? (PE = mgh)

  • $300 Answer from H350 x 9.8 x 5 = 2450 Joules

  • $400 Question from H3A man pushes a crate along a factory floor by exerting a force of 10 N. If the crate moves a distance of 4.0 m, how much work does the man perform? (Work = force x distance)

  • $400 Answer from H34 x 10 = 40 Joules

  • $500 Question from H3What is 100 degrees Fahrenheit on the Celsius scale? (C = (F 32) / 1.8)

  • $500 Answer from H3100 32 = 37.78 degrees Celsius1.8

  • $100 Question from H4How does a roller coaster show the relationship between gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy? You may draw a diagram to support your explanation.

  • $100 Answer from H4At the top of the roller coaster, there Is a maximum of potential energy, andAs the coaster rolls down the hill itGains kinetic energy.

  • $200 Question from H4 Explain how a liquid thermometer measures temperature

  • $200 Answer from H4As the temperature rises, the liquid expands and rises up the tube. As the temperature cools, it contracts and goes down the tube.

  • $300 Question from H4Is a geostationary satellite really stationary? Explain.

  • $300 Answer from H4No, a geostationary satellite is traveling in orbit at the same speed as Earths rotation so it remains over the same area on Earth.

  • $400 Question from H4Which electromagnetic wave isUsed to kill cancer cells?

  • $400 Answer from H4Gamma rays

  • $500 Question from H4Which electromagnetic waves can Be seen by the human eye?

  • $500 Answer from H4Visible light

  • Final JeopardyWhat are the planets in our solar system?

  • Final Jeopardy AnswerMercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, and Pluto

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