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2 Jeopardy Minerals Rock Cycle Tectonics Earthquakes / Volcanoes Random Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

3 $100 Question from H1 The powder of a mineral when Rubbed on a ceramic plate.

4 $100 Answer from H1 What is the streak?

5 $200 Question from H1 A mineral breakage along a smooth or flat surface.

6 $200 Answer from H1 What is cleavage?

7 $300 Question from H1 The way a mineral reflects light is this. Extra $50: Name the specific type if it is metal like. Extra $100: Name the specific type if it is plastic like.

8 $300 Answer from H1 What is the luster of a mineral? Bonus $50: Metallic Luster Bonus $100: Resinous Luster (Non-metallic)

9 $400 Question from H1 Calculate the density of the following mineral if the mass is 24 grams and the volume is 12 mL.

10 $400 Answer from H1 What is 2 grams/milliliters ? Or 2 g/mL? ***Units must be included to receive points!

11 $500 Question from H1 These are the 3 main characteristics of a mineral.

12 $500 Answer from H1 What are nonliving, solid and formed in nature?

13 $100 Question from H2 This forms when any type of rock melts into a liquid state.

14 $100 Answer from H2 What is MAGMA?

15 $200 Question from H2 This type of rock forms from broken down pieces of sediment compacting and cementing together.

16 $200 Answer from H2 What is a sedimentary rock?

17 $300 Question from H2 This process breaks down rocks.

18 $300 Answer from H2 What is weathering? Erosion: movement Deposition: stopped

19 $400 Question from H2 This type of rock forms next to a magma chamber due to intense heat.

20 $400 Answer from H2 What is a metamorphic rock? Actual process: Contact metamorphism

21 $500 Question from H2 Determine the following processes that occurred for the events below: Igneous rock  Metamorphic rock Metamorphic rock  Sediment Sediment  Sedimentary rock Sedimentary rock  Magma

22 $500 Answer from H2 What is: Igneous rock  Metamorphic rock Intense Heat and Pressure Metamorphic rock  Sediment Weather and erosion Sediment  Sedimentary rock Compaction and Cementation Sedimentary rock  Magma Melting

23 $100 Question from H3 Most of the earthquakes and volcanoes are located here.

24 $100 Answer from H3 2 possible answers: What are the edges of tectonic plates? Or What is the “Ring of Fire?”

25 $200 Question from H3 This type of boundary occurs at a mid-oceanic ridge due to the sea floor spreading.

26 $200 Answer from H3 What is a divergent boundary?

27 $300 Question from H3 This is the main reason or cause for plate tectonic movement.

28 $300 Answer from H3 What is convection?

29 $400 Question from H3 This type of boundary is usually results in the formation of mountains.

30 $400 Answer from H3 What is a convergent boundary? Could form: *Folded Mts. *Volcanic Mts. *Volcanic Islands (like a Mt)

31 $500 Question from H3 Both the Appalachian Mts. and the Himalayas in Asia were formed by folding. However, the Himalayas are still growing, while the Appalachian Mts. are loosing Height and becoming more rounded. These are the things that are happening: (must include what is happening to both mountains in your answer) * Himalayas are …….. * Appalachian Mountains are ……..

32 $500 Answer from H3 What is a convergent boundary for the Himalayas (still actively moving together? What is a weathering and erosion for the Appalachian Mountains?

33 $100 Question from H4 The grain size of igneous rocks depend on how fast they cool. This type of igneous rock forms from LAVA cooling.

34 $100 Answer from H4 What is a fine-grained igneous rock?

35 $200 Question from H4 This is used to calculate the distance a seismograph station is from an earthquake.

36 $200 Answer from H4 2 Possible Answers: *What is a seismogram? Or * What is the S-P lag time?

37 $300 Question from H4 This type of volcano has lava with little gas built up in it and is runny.

38 $300 Answer from H4 What is a shield volcano? Add picture:

39 $400 Question from H4 This type of volcano has lava with lots of gas in it, and only erupts pyroclastic material.

40 $400 Answer from H4 What is a cinder cone volcano?

41 $500 Question from H4 This is the connection between the seismograph S-P lag time and the distance to the epicenter.

42 $500 Answer from H4 What is lag time increases as the epicenter gets farther away.

43 $100 Question from H5 This is the OLDEST layer>

44 $100 Answer from H5 What is Layer A?

45 $200 Question from H5 Intrusion L is ______________ than Layer K.

46 $200 Answer from H5 What is younger?

47 $300 Question from H5 Layer E ___________ than Fault G.

48 $300 Answer from H5 What is OLDER?

49 $400 Question from H5 These are the two main components to determine if a volcano is going to be explosive or non-explosive.

50 $400 Answer from H5 What is pressure and viscosity?

51 $500 Question from H5 Create the best question about something we have covered so far this year. **Only one team will be the victor!

52 $500 Answer from H5 Your Text Here

53 Final Jeopardy Determine the sequence of events:

54 Final Jeopardy Answer What is …..?


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