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Its Time For... KE and PE Jeopardy!
Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 LabelsKE or PEGraphing Problems Velocity Problems KE/PE %Error
Topic 1 $100 A common label for a measurement in velocity. What is meters per second ?
Topic 1 $200 A common label for Potential Energy. What is Joules ?
Topic 1 $300 A common label for mass. What is kilograms or grams ?
Topic 1 $400 A common label for the energy of motion. What is joules ?
Topic 1 $500 Another names for joules. What is a Newton- Meter. ?
Topic 2 $100 Water flowing over a dam is an example of this type of energy. What is Kinetic Energy ?
Topic 2 $200 A rock sitting on top of a hill is an example of this type of energy. What is Potential Energy?
Topic 2 $300 A baseball thrown by a professional pitcher at 95mph is an example of what type of energy? What is Kinetic Energy ?
Topic 2 $400 Burning gasoline is an example of what type of energy? What is kinetic energy ?
Topic 2 $500 A football player diving to make a game saving tackle is an example of this type of energy. What is kinetic energy?
Topic 3 $100 What affect did an increase in mass have on both the KE and PE graphs. What is caused an increase ?
Topic 3 $200 Which graph, the KE or Velocity graph contains squared error? What is The KE Graph ?
Topic 3 $300 For each mass we ran down the line, what force accounted for the big difference between KE and PE? What is Friction ?
Topic 3 $400 Which graph is most affected by an increase in mass - KE or Velocity Graph? What is KE graph?
Topic 3 $500 Which graph flattens out due to an increase in mass? What is Velocity Graph ?
Topic 4 $100 A motorist travels a distance of 406 km during a 7 hour period. What is the average velocity? What is 58 km/hr ?
Topic 4 $200 If the velocity of a bullet is 600m/sec. How long will it take to travel a distance of 3000m. What is 5 seconds ?
Topic 4 $300 If the average velocity of a rocket is 4000km/hr. What distance will it travel in 6 hours? What is 24,000 km. ?
Topic 4 $400 What amount of kinetic energy is developed by a 400kg rock rolling down a hill at 7 meter/second. What is 19,600 joules ?
Topic 4 $500 Light from the sun requires 8.3 minutes to reach the earth. The average speed of light is 186,000 miles per second. How many miles is the sun from earth? What is 92,628,000 miles ?
Topic 5 $100 What KE is developed by a 8kg mass traveling at 3.5 meters/second? What is 49 joules ?
Topic 5 $200 What KE is developed by a 2000kg car moving at 60meters/second? What is 3,600,000 joules ?
Topic 5 $300 Actual velocity 4.0 Predicted velocity 5.0. Calculate % Error. What is 25% ?
Topic 5 $400 Potential Energy = 6400 joules Kinetic Energy =400 joules Calculate Efficiency What is 6.25 %?
Topic 5 $500 Actual KE = 54000j Predicted KE = 63000j Calculate % error What is 16.7% ?
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