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Jeopardy Vocab 1Forms of Energy Misc. Energy Conversions Energy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from C1 The ability to do work or to cause a change.
$100 Answer from C1 What is Energy? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C1 Stored energy or the energy an object has due to its position, molecular arrangement, or chemical composition.
$200 Answer from C1 What is Potential Energy? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C1 The energy of motion and is dependent on an object’s mass and speed.
$300 Answer from C1 What is kinetic energy? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C1 States that no matter how energy is transferred or transromed, it continues to exist in one form or another.
$400 Answer from C1 What is the Law of Conservation of Energy? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C1 A measurement of usable energy after an energy conversion; the ratio of usable energy to the total energy after an energy conversion.
$500 Answer from C1 What is energy efficiency? Back to Jeopardy
$100 Question from C2 Type of energy released when the nuclei of some atoms split.
$100 Answer from C2 What is nuclear energy? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C2 One of these is a form of energy Atom Molecule Light Darkness
$200 Answer from C2 What is light? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C2 Jon moves a bag of groceries from the floor to a table. By moving the bag, he has increased the bag’s _________ ________.
$300 Answer from C2 What is potential energy? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C2 X-Rays are a form of __________ _______.
$400 Answer from C2 What is electromagnetic energy? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C2 Sam is riding his bicycle. His kinetic energy depends on her mass and _______.
$500 Answer from C2 What is a speed? Back to Jeopardy
$100 Question from C3 When a rock falls from a cliff, _____________________________________.
$100 Answer from C3 What is potential energy changes into kinetic energy? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C3 Energy is converted from one form To another is consistent with the _____________________________.
$200 Answer from C3 What is the Law of Conservation of Energy? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C3 Max compares several clothes dryers. The One using the greatest percentage of its energy to dry the clothes has____________ ____________________________.
$300 Answer from C3 What is the highest energy efficiency? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C3 A solar cell converts sunlight into _____________ _________________.
$400 Answer from C3 What is electrical energy? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C3 The advantage that light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have.
$500 Answer from C3 Back to Jeopardy What is they convert almost all the electricity they use into light.
$100 Question from C4 Using the Energy Conversions in a Nuclear Generator Diagram: A nuclear generator converts _______ form of energy into ______form of energy.
$100 Answer from C4 What is nuclear; electrical? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C4 Using the energy conversions in a nuclear generator diagram, this is a description of one specific energy conversion that occurs in a nuclear generator.
$200 Answer from C4 What is : Nuclear to thermal Thermal to mechanical or kinetic Mechanical or kinetic to electrical or mechanical or kinetic to heat or thermal Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C4 Using the Energy Conversions in a Nuclear Generator Diagram, this is a way you could use chemical energy to boil the water instead of nuclear reactions.
$300 Answer from C4 What is by burning coal, wood, or other fuels? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C4 Is a nuclear generator 100 percent efficient? Explain. Using the energy conversions in a nuclear generator diagram,
$400 Answer from C4 What is no, some energy is lost because turbines heat up. Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C4 The water that cools the turbines is generally returned back to the lake or ocean it came from. This is the effect that it has on the thermal energy of the lake or ocean. Use the energy conversions in a nuclear generator diagram.
$500 Answer from C4 What is the thermal energy will increase? Back to Jeopardy
$100 Question from C5 Use the Interpreting Visuals diagram of the kitchen. This is a description of the energy conversions performed by the lamp.
$100 Answer from C5 What is electrical energy is Converted into light and heat? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C5 Use the Interpreting Visuals diagram of the kitchen. Two forms of energy involved in carrying the bowl.
$200 Answer from C5 What is chemical energy, mechanical energy, kinetic energy, or potential energy? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C5 Use the Interpreting Visuals diagram of the kitchen. Two objects in the diagram that can emit energy as electromagnetic waves.
$300 Answer from C5 What is sun, lamp, stove, toaster, or TV? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C5 Jalen shoots a rubber band toward a tree. The rubber band hits the tree with a “whap,” knocking off a small piece of loose bark, and bounces off of the tree. Using what you know about potential and kinetic energy, explain the energy conversions in the rubber band’s position, its flight, the sound, and the falling bark.
$400 Answer from C5 When Jalen stretches the rubber band, she increases its potential energy. When she lets go, the potential energy converts to kinetic energy. The rubber band hits the tree hard enough to convert some of its kinetic energy into sound energy. Some of the rubber band’s kinetic energy knocks the small piece of bark off of the tree. The bark’s potential energy due to gravity is converted to kinetic energy as it falls to the ground. Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C5 Suppose that a log is burning in a fireplace. The log contains chemical energy. Identify the energy types that are given off as the log burns. Also, write a definition for the law of conservation of energy. Then explain how this law applies to the example of the log.
$500 Answer from C5 The law of conservation of energy states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed. Energy can, however, change from one for to another. When a log burns, the chemical energy in the log is converted to electromagnetic energy (light and heat) and some sound energy that are given off. The chemical energy released is equal to the energy in the light, heat, and sound. No energy was created, and none was destroyed. Back to Jeopardy