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It’s Time For... Pendulum Jeopardy!
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Topic 1 $100 The force that pulls the pendulum bob downward. What is gravity ?
Topic 1 $200 Name given to the weight that swings at the end of the pendulum. What is the bob ?
Topic 1 $300 The name given to the position the pendulum is in when it is not moving. What is the rest position or equilibrium?
Topic 1 $400 As the length of a pendulum increases the frequency does this. What is decreases ?
Topic 1 $500 As the length of a pendulum increases the period does this. What is increases?
Topic 2 $100 The point from which the pendulum hangs. What is pivot point ?
Topic 2 $200 The height of the pendulum swing. What is amplitude?
Topic 2 $300 The distance from the middle of the bob to the pivot point. What is length ?
Topic 2 $400 The pendulum is an excellent example of the conversion of these energies. What is potential energy to kinetic energy?
Topic 2 $500 The only variable that will affect the frequency and period of a pendulum. What is length ?
Topic 3 $100 Name given to the round trip of the bob - over and back. What is cycle or vibration ?
Topic 3 $200 The distance the pendulum is pulled back from the resting position. What is displacement?
Topic 3 $300 Name given to the type of motion displayed by the pendulum. What is simple harmonic motion?
Topic 3 $400 The force that slows the pendulum down. What is friction ?
Topic 3 $500 The Length you would use if you were making a pendulum for a clock. What is.25m ?
Topic 4 $100 The scientist who originally worked on Pendulums. Who was Galileo ?
Topic 4 $200 It’s the speed gravity accelerates objects on earth. What is 9.8 meters per second squared ?
Topic 4 $300 The energy of all moving objects. What is kinetic energy?
Topic 4 $400 If Pendulum A has a period of 4s. & Pendulum B has a period of 3 s. It’s the one that is longer. What is Pendulum A ?
Topic 4 $500 It’s what happens to the frequency of a pendulum if you make the length shorter. What is increases ?
Topic 5 $100 The label given to frequency that means “cycles per second”. What is Hertz ?
Topic 5 $200 A suitable label for the period of the pendulum. What is seconds ?
Topic 5 $300 The way a pendulum stores potential energy. What is by position ?
Topic 5 $400 It’s what happens to the period of a pendulum if you make the length shorter. What is decreases ?
Topic 5 $500 An astronaut lands on a planet and finds a 2m pendulum with a frequency of 0.10hz. Is the planet larger or smaller than earth. What is smaller ?
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