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Simple Machines Jeopardy
Simple Machine Jeopardy ForcesSimple Machines SpecificsMeasuring Force
FINAL JEOPARDY Simple Machines Press to return to game menu
The is always a trade-off when you are using simple machines. Explain how the trade off works. Simple Machines Final Jeopardy Press to return to game menu
Answer: You can use less force but you have to use that force over a greater distance. Simple Machines Final Jeopardy Press to return to game menu
Press to return to game menu Great Work! Keep Studying at home for our test on Tuesday.
Question: This is the name for a push or a pull. Forces 100 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Force 100 points Types of Pollution 100 Press to return to game menu
Question: This is the name of the force that pulls objects to earth. Forces 200 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Gravity 200 points Forces Press to return to game menu
Daily Double This is the name of a force caused by one object rubbing against another. Forces 300 Press to return to game menu
Daily Double Friction 600 points Forces300 Press to return to game menu
Question: The _________ of an object tells how fast it is going. Forces 400 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Speed 400 points Forces Press to return to game menu
Question: Scientists say that this happens when a force is applied to an object and the object moves. Forces 500 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Work 500 points Forces Press to return to game menu
Question: This type of simple machine is a flat surface with one end higher than the other. Simple Machines 100 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Inclined Plane 100 points Simple Machines 100 Press to return to game menu
Question: This simple machine dose work by pivoting on a fixed point called a fulcrum. Simple Machines 200 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Levers 200 points Simple Machines 200 Press to return to game menu
Question: This simple machine consists of a large wheel fixed to a smaller wheel/shaft called an axle. Simple Machines 300 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Wheel and Axle 300 points Simple Machine 300 Press to return to game menu
Question: This type of simple machine is really a type of inclined plane that can have one or two sloping sides. Simple Machines 400 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Wedge. 400 points Simple Machines 400 Press to return to game menu
Question: This is a kind of wheel with a groove that allows rope to ride on the wheel without slipping off. Simple Machines 500 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Pulley 500 points Simple Machines Press to return to game menu
Question: This is a pulley that is attached to one spot and can be used to move a load up, down or sideways. Specifics 100 Press to return to game menu
Answer: A Fixed Pulley 100 points Specifics 100 Press to return to game menu
Question: This is a pulley that moves along with the load on the rope. Specifics 200 Press to return to game menu
Answer: A Movable Pulley 200 points Reducing Pollution 200 Press to return to game menu
Daily Double If you wrap an inclined plan around a cylinder you would get this. Specifics 300 Press to return to game menu
Daily Double A Screw 600 points Specifics 300 Press to return to game menu
Question: This part of a gear helps it lock to another gear and transfer forces while changing the direction of the force. Specifics 400 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Teeth 400 points Specifics 400 Press to return to game menu
Question: This is the name of a machine with more than one simple machine making it up. Specifics 500 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Compound Machine 500 points Specifics Press to return to game menu
Question: In our class we used this instrument to measure force. Measuring Force 100 Press to return to game menu
Answer: A Push-Pull Meter 100 points Measuring Force 100 Press to return to game menu
Question: This is the name of the unit we measure force it. The name is from the famous scientist who experimented with Gravity. Measuring Force 200 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Newtons 200 points Measuring Force 200 Press to return to game menu
Question: We can use this substance to reduce friction and use less force. Measuring Force 300 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Motion Lotion or Lubricant 300 points Measuring Force 300 Press to return to game menu
Question: The Egyptians wanted to use less force and reduce friction when they were building the pyramids. What did they use? Measuring Force 400 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Rollers and Inclined Planes 400 points Measuring Force 400 Press to return to game menu
Question: If you were using a lever and wanted to reduce the force needed to lift the load you could move the fulcrum. Where would you put it? Measuring Force 500 Press to return to game menu
Answer: Closer to the Load 500 points Measuring Force 500 Press to return to game menu
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