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JEOPARDY! Scientific Method Physical & Chemical Changes
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What part of the scientific method describes what they think will happen in the experiment?
What part of the scientific method is used to conclude the experiment?
What two things can be used to record data in the data collecting process?
Table and a graph.
What part of the scientific method tells us how to carry out the experiment?
What is a lap report used for?
To record data and information gathered from the experiment.
What is the observations parts used for in a lab report?
To record what was seen, smelt or heard during the experiment,
What is an aim?
An aim is the objective of the experiment and tells us what the experiment is trying to prove
What is included in the materials section of the scientific method?
What tools and objects are going to be used in the experiment.
Fill the gaps: ____ the paper is lit on fire, ___ it will burn.
If the paper is lit on fire, then it will burn
What two axiss are found on a graph?
An x an y axis.
Droplets of ice crystals that become so heavy that they fall from the air.
What is Precipitation?
The process by which heat energy causes water on the ground to evaporate and rise into the air.
What is evaporation?
The process that happens when the rising air becomes moist and so cool that it finally changes from vapor to tiny ice crystals.
What is condensation?
Precipitation that soaks into the ground, becoming stored there until eventually making its way back into the ocean.
What is Ground Water?
Precipitation that flows downhill across a grounds surface instead of soaking into the ground.
What is Run Off?
Is ripping up a piece of paper a physical or chemical change?
Is eating food a physical or chemical change?
Is burning wood a physical or chemical change?
Is chopping in half a piece of wood a physical or chemical change?
What is the difference between chemical and physical changes?
Chemical change creates a new substance, and a physical change changes the appearance.
Is kicking a soccer ball a physical or chemical change?
Physical Change because you are changing the soccer balls position.
Is breaking a bone a physical or chemical change?
Is ice melting a physical or chemical change?
Is the sun burning a physical or chemical change?
Chemical Change. It is creating a new substance.
Is magnesium reacting with hydrochloric acid a physical or chemical change?
Chemical Change. Because it is creating a new substance.
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