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This is Science - Light JEOPARDY!!! It would be wise to be attentive, as this is the test review!
Final Jeopardy Question Vocabulary All the colors of the rainbow 500 Mixed Bag O’ Questions Your Eye Reflection & Refraction Does or does not produce light? That is the question!
The light we see is called this. Back Answer: What is the visible spectrum?
The distance from one point on a wave to the same point on the next wave. Back Answer: What is a wavelength?
A lens that is thicker in the middle than on the edges. Back Answer: What is a convex lens?
Back A lens that is thinner in the middle than on the edges. Answer: What is a concave lens?
This word means light rays bounce back. Back Answer: What is reflect or reflection?
Back This happens when sun shines through clouds, breaking up white light into colors. Answer: What is a rainbow?
This acronym contains all the colors of the rainbow. Back Answer: What is ROY G BIV?
This is the color of sunlight. Back Answer: What is white?
Name all the colors of the rainbow. Back Answer: What is red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, & violet?
According to legend, this is found at the end of a rainbow. Back Answer: Who is a pot of gold?
A red pepper is red because it _______ every color except ____ light. Back Answer: What is absorbs and red?
You cannot see a reflection in a rough surface because rough surfaces do this to light rays. Back Answer: What is scatter in all directions?
Light bends when it does this. Back Answer: What is moves from one material to another?
When you place a pencil in a clear glass of water, the pencil appears broken because light travels ______ through air than water. Back Answer: What is faster?
Light travels in a _______ path away from its source. Back Answer: What is straight?
Messages are sent from the eye to the brain by this. Back Answer: What is the optic nerve?
Light travels into the eye through an opening called this. Back Answer: What is the pupil?
This is a muscle in your eye that controls the amount of light going into the eye. Back Answer: What is the iris?
Our eye contains this type of lens. Back Answer: Where is convex?
This part of the eye contains nerve cells that transmit the message to the optic nerve. Hint: the image is upside down here Back Answer: What is the retina?
The moon. Back Answer: What is “does NOT produce light?”
Fire Back Answer: What is “does produce light?”
Lightning Back Answer: What is “does produce light?”
Mirror Back Answer: What is “does NOT produce light?”
A candle Back Answer: What is “does produce light?”
These are the only kind of energy waves you can see. Back Answer: What are light waves?
This material used in gift bags is considered translucent because some light can pass through. Back Answer: What is tissue paper?
This is the name for something that light cannot pass through. Back Answer: What is opaque?
X-rays, radio waves, and microwaves all differ from light in this way. Back Answer: What is their wavelenghts?
A light filter helps keep this out. Back Answer: What is dust?
Explain why laser beams are more powerful than regular light and how they are useful in the world. Back
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When light strikes an object it is:. 1) Reflected.
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