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Dimensional Analysis Matter Scientific Method Measurement Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final JeopardyJeopardy
$100 Dimensional Analysis Question What is the conversion factor for 1 Mile in Feet?
$100 Dimensional Analysis Answer 5,280 ft. 5,280 ft.
$200 Dimensional Analysis Question What is the first step to converting between units?
$200 Dimensional Analysis Answer Write Down Given Write Down Given
$300 Dimensional Analysis Question What is the Prefix for trillionth?
$300 Dimensional Analysis Answer Pico Pico
$400 Dimensional Analysis Question DOUBLE JEOPARDY When running the 800. m dash, how many inches were covered
$400 Dimensional Analysis Answer 3.15*10^4 in
$500 Dimensional Analysis Question Name the prefixes between the base and the billions in order from smallest to largest.
$500 Dimensional Analysis Answer g/m/LDahkMG
$100 Matter Question What are the 3 states of Matter?
$100 Matter Answer Solid, Liquid, and Gas
$200 Matter Question What state of Matter is rigid?
$200 Matter Answer Solid
$300 Matter Question What is the difference between a property and a change?
$300 Matter Answer Properties describe Changes occur
$400 Matter Question Is Density an example of extensive or intensive?
$400 Matter Answer Intensive
$500 Matter Question Name 2 Chemical Properties.
$500 Matter Answer The ability to burn The ability to rust
$100 Scientific Method Question DOUBLE JEOPARDY Name the first step of the Scientific Method.
$100 Scientific Method Answer State the Problem
$200 Scientific Method Question What is the difference between Qualitative and Quantitative?
$200 Scientific Method Answer Qualitative: Describes Quantitative: Measured Data
$300 Scientific Method Question A theory PROVEN correct with No Exceptions
$300 Scientific Method Answer Scientific Law
$400 Scientific Method Question What is a Theory?
$400 Answer from Category 3 A tested Hypothesis.
$500 Scientific Method Question What are the 3 Variables in an Experiment?
$500 Scientific Method Answer IndependentDependentControl
$100 Measurement Question Measurements used around the world, so results are comparable are called?
$100 Measurement Answer SI Units
$200 Measurement Question DOUBLE JEOPARDY A combination of Base Units are called?
$200 Measurement Answer Derived Units
$300 Measurement Question The Closeness of a Set of Values to Each Other.
$300 Measurement Answer Precision
$400 Measurement Question Convert o Celsius to Kelvin.
$400 Measurement Answer o C = K
$500 Measurement Question How do you find pressure?
$500 Measurement Answer Force/Area
$100 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Question Two or More Elements Chemically Combined.
$100 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Answer Compound
$200 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Question What are the two Types of Mixtures?
$200 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Answer Homogenous Heterogeneous
$300 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Question By doing this you separate liquids and solids from each other.
$300 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Answer Filtration
$400 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Question Separates particles by their ability to travel with a solvent.
$400 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Answer Chromatography
$500 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Question DOUBLE JEOPARDY Name the 6 Different Methods of Separation
$500 Elements, Compounds, Mixtures Answer Distillation Chromatography Sublimation Filtration Evaporation Extraction
Final Jeopardy What are the three types of numbers in SF
Final Jeopardy Answer Counting, Measured, and Defined.
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