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Ultimate Science Jeopardy Pulleys The Inclined Plane Simple Machine Reviw Mystery Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Topic – Right Triangles
$100 Question from Pulleys A pulley that is stuck to a certain location is called _______.
$200 Question from Pulleys When two or more pulleys are combined it is called a __________ ____________.
$300 Question from Pulleys The more strings attached to Load, the ________ the Mechanical Advantage.
$400 Question from Pulleys A Movable pulley gives you a greater ________ __________ (2 words) because it decreases the Effort needed to lift a Load.
$500 Question from Pulleys A Pulleys system is made up of string, a Load, the Effort and 1 or more __________.
$100 Question from The IP An Inclined Plane is also known as a ______.
$200 Question from The IP We use ramps because they give us a ___________ __________ (2 words).
$300 Question from The IP To accomplish and calculate Work you need to multiply _________ AND _________.
$400 Question from The IP Work is measured in the unit __________.
$500 Question from The IP The steeper the IP, the _________ the angle.
$100 Question from Simple Machine Review A force is a ________ or _________.
$200 Question from Simple Machine Review The Lever has _____ classes or types.
$300 Question from Simple Machine Review A Baseball bat is an example of a Class-____ lever.
$400 Question from Simple Machine Review 8 N 10 N 5 N What is the resultant force? __________
$500 Question from Simple Machine Review Screws are a type of ________ ________.
$100 Question from Weather _______ are quick moving tons of snow that barrel down a mountain.
$200 Question from Weather This type of storm occurs more in the US than anywhere else on the planet.
$300 Question from Weather _______ usually occurs right before a Tornado hits.
$400 Question from Weather Temperature is measured in Fahrenheit, Celsius, and ________.
$500 Question from Weather At absolute zero, this takes place…
$100 Question from MYSTERY To make a Scientific Sketch you must remember to _________ your sketch.
$200 Question from MYSTERY During My Piece of the Neighborhood project, you always use your ____ senses to observe…
$300 Question from MYSTERY In the IP experiment, an example of a control variable is __________.
$400 Question from MYSTERY In the IP experiment, one of the dependent variables was _______________.
$500 Question from MYSTERY This is the occupation of Mr. Blums wife.
Final Jeopardy An Inclined Plane forms a Right Triangle with a 90° angle. If youre testing a 20 ° IP what is the 3 rd angle? How do you know? Answer should be in 2-5 sentences!
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Levers and Pulleys Not so simple machines!. Just think…. Could you lift your science teacher in the air?
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Jeopardy DivisibilityARRAYS Prime or Composite All things SQUARE Remember ? Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
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