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Snakes and Ladders Physics and Chemistry Start Game
Start Round Team 5
An electron is what fraction of the size of a proton? CorrectWrong
What is the name of the elements in group I of the periodic table? CorrectWrong
The elements helium and Argon are examples of what? CorrectWrong
What is the location of Aluminium in the periodic table? CorrectWrong
Different isotopes of the same element contain different numbers of? CorrectWrong
What is an alpha particle? CorrectWrong
The maximum number of electrons in the second shell of an atom is?. CorrectWrong
What type of ion does Sodium form? What charge does it have?. CorrectWrong
How are ionic compounds held together? CorrectWrong
What are the products of the reaction between a metal and an acid? CorrectWrong
A substance with a low pH is a? A substance with a high pH is a? CorrectWrong
Balance the equation: H 2 + O 2 => H 2 O CorrectWrong
A truck is driven on a road at an average speed of 60km/h for 4 hours non stop. How far did it get? CorrectWrong
A truck travel from Melbourne to Ballarat a distance of 200km in 3 and a half hours. How long did it take? CorrectWrong
A car travelling 70km/h increases its speed to 110km/h in 8 seconds. What is its average acceleration? CorrectWrong
The weight of a 60kg student on earth is? CorrectWrong
How many forces are acting on a car travelling at a constant speed along a road? CorrectWrong
Define inertia: CorrectWrong
Describe the movement of a tennis ball on the back seat of a car as it quickly turns left: CorrectWrong
What do we measure in Joules? (2 answers) CorrectWrong
How do we convert from km/h into m/s? CorrectWrong
What is the law of conservation of energy? CorrectWrong
At what rate does a ticker timer produce dots on the paper? CorrectWrong
A sprinter in the starting blocks is an example of which of newtons laws? Explain. CorrectWrong
Define velocity: CorrectWrong
A 15kg mass is lifted onto a table 1.5m high. How much work is being done? CorrectWrong
Calculate Usain Bolts average speed for his record winning race. 100m sprint in 9.56s CorrectWrong
Sam runs 2 laps of an althetics track 1600m around. Calculate distance travelled? What is sams displacement? CorrectWrong
What is an example of Kinetic energy? Potential energy? CorrectWrong
A 1000kg bogged car is unsuccessfully pushed out of a sticky situation by 3 people each pushing with a force of 300N. How much work has been done? CorrectWrong
What is the formula for Newtons second law? CorrectWrong
A 10kg shopping trolley is pushed with a force of 45N for 5 seconds. What is the acceleration of the trolley? CorrectWrong
A 100kg barrel is pushed with a force of 70N for 8seconds. What is the barrels acceleration? CorrectWrong
Balance: NaOH + H 2 CO 3 => Na 2 CO 3 + H 2 O CorrectWrong
Draw the electron shell diagram for Magnesium Chloride: CorrectWrong
Draw the electron dot diagram for Water: And the structural formula: CorrectWrong
What is meant by the term half life? CorrectWrong
If the half life of iodine is 8 days and we have 1600g of it. How much will be left after 40 days of decay? CorrectWrong
What is the difference between an anion and a cation? CorrectWrong
Write the formula for when Na + combines with N3- CorrectWrong
Write the formula for when Cu2+ combines with OH- CorrectWrong
Write a balanced chemical equation for the following reaction: Solid magnesium hydroxide + hydrochloric acid => magnesium chloride + water CorrectWrong
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