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1 Cosmology Edition!

2 Volunteers? 1 person to time and click– 20 seconds to answer, click when told 1 person to keep score – accurate and quick!

3 JEOPARDY! LGHS Sports LGHS Teachers Clubs & Activities School Events Classes $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy

4 WARNING: Ms. Minson is terrible at determining question difficulty. Therefore, an easy question could be worth $200 while a difficult question might be $100. You have been warned!

5 JEOPARDY! $200 $100 $150 $100$250$150 $250$150$200$150 $300$250 $150 $200$150 $250$200 $100 Final Jeopardy Chemistry Galaxies Miscellaneous Light & Spectrometry Stars

6 Chemistry for $200 A: This is the number of neutrons in xenon.

7 Chemistry for $200 A: This is the number of neutrons in xenon. Q: What is 77?

8 Chemistry for $200 A: This is the number of electrons in xenon.

9 Chemistry for $200 A: This is the number of electrons in xenon. Q: What is 54?

10 A: These are the two things found in the nucleus of an atom. Chemistry for $100

11 A: These are the two things found in the nucleus of an atom. Q: What are protons and neutrons?

12 A: The order of elements in rows of the periodic table is based on this. Chemistry for $150

13 A: The order of elements in rows of the periodic table is based on this. Q: What is the atomic number or the number of protons?

14 A: Atoms of elements that are in the same group or column of the periodic table have the same number of _______ that are gained or lost. Chemistry for $150

15 A: Atoms of elements that are in the same group or column of the periodic table have the same number of _______ that are gained or lost. Q: What are electrons?

16 Miscellaneous for $150 A: This is how is written in scientific notation.

17 Miscellaneous for $150 A: This is how is written in scientific notation. Q: What is 4.35 x ?

18 A: 5km is equal to _________mm. Miscellaneous for $250

19 A: 5km is equal to _________mm. Q: What is 5,000,000mm?

20 Miscellaneous for $150 A: This is a graph of a direct relationship.

21 Miscellaneous for $150 A: This is a graph of a direct relationship.

22 Miscellaneous for $150 A: This is a graph of an inverse relationship.

23 Miscellaneous for $150 A: This is a graph of an inverse relationship.

24 Miscellaneous for $250 A: Galaxies are moving away from us at high speeds. Due to the Doppler Effect, they appear to be more _________ in color, a phenomenon known as _________________.

25 Miscellaneous for $250 A: Galaxies are moving away from us at high speeds. Due to the Doppler Effect, they appear to be more _________ in color, a phenomenon known as _________________. Q: What are red and red-shift?

26 Light & Spectrometry for $250 A: These are the colors of light in order from longest wavelength to shortest wavelength. blue green orange red violet yellow

27 Light & Spectrometry for $250 A: These are the colors of light in order from longest wavelength to shortest wavelength. Q: What are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet?

28 Light & Spectrometry for $150 A: Types of waves in the electromagnetic spectrum that have lots of energy are this size.

29 Light & Spectrometry for $150 A: Types of waves in the electromagnetic spectrum that have lots of energy are this size. Q: What is small?

30 Light & Spectrometry for $300 A: This is a list of 4 different types of electromagnetic radiation (light) in order from lowest energy to highest energy. Gamma Microwave Radiowave X-Ray

31 Light & Spectrometry for $300 A: This is a list of 4 different types of electromagnetic radiation (light) in order from lowest energy to highest energy. Q: What is radiowave, microwave, x-ray, and gamma?

32 Light & Spectrometry for $150 A: This is the largest type of electromagnetic radiation. It also has the largest wavelength.

33 Light & Spectrometry for $150 A: This is the largest type of electromagnetic radiation. It also has the largest wavelength. Q: What are radiowaves?

34 Star H He Fe Light & Spectrometry for $200 A: A star with the following emission spectrum is of this age.

35 Light & Spectrometry for $200 Star H He Fe A: A star with the following emission spectrum is of this age. Q: What is young?

36 Stars for $100 A: A star that is blue in color indicates that it is this temperature.

37 Stars for $100 A: A star that is blue in color indicates that it is this temperature. Q: What is very hot?

38 Stars for $200 A: This is the correct order for the stages in the life cycle of an average star, like our sun. Black Dwarf Red Giant Main Sequence White Dwarf

39 Stars for $200 A: This is the correct order for the stages in the life cycle of an average star, like our sun. Q: What is main sequence, red giant, white dwarf, black dwarf?

40 A: In an H-R diagram, the x and y axes are labeled ________ and ________. Stars for $250

41 A: In an H-R diagram, the x and y axes are labeled ________ and ________. Q: What are brightness and temperature?

42 A: A cloud of dust and gas that later becomes a star is called this. Stars for $200

43 A: A cloud of dust and gas that later becomes a star is called this. Q: What is a nebula?

44 A: Eventually, our sun will start to run out of hydrogen fuel as it is converted to helium and iron. Our sun will greatly grow in size and cool. This next stage of a star’s lifecycle is called __________. Stars for $200

45 A: Eventually, our sun will start to run out of hydrogen fuel as it is converted to helium and iron. Our sun will greatly grow in size and cool. This next stage of a star’s lifecycle is called __________. Q: What is a red giant?

46 Galaxies for $150 A: All galaxies are currently moving away from us. More distant galaxies are moving faster than nearby galaxies. This is evidence for this theory.

47 Galaxies for $150 A: All galaxies are currently moving away from us. More distant galaxies are moving faster than nearby galaxies. This is evidence for this theory. Q: What is the Big Bang Theory?

48 Galaxies for $150 A: This is the name of our home galaxy, home to the sun and our solar system.

49 Galaxies for $150 A: This is the name of our home galaxy, home to the sun and our solar system. Q: What is the Milky Way Galaxy?

50 Galaxies for $150 A: Galaxies are classified according to this.

51 Galaxies for $150 A: Galaxies are classified according to this. Q: What is their shape?

52 Galaxies for $150 A: These are the three types of galaxies.

53 Galaxies for $150 A: These are the three types of galaxies. Q: What are spiral, elliptical, and irregular?

54 Galaxies for $100 A: Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is this shape. Elliptical Irregular Spiral

55 Galaxies for $100 A: Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is this shape. Q: What is spiral?

56 Final Jeopardy!

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58 Clubs & Activities for $300 A: This club is advised by Mrs. DeLaPaz and Mrs. Burlinson and addresses environmental concerns on campus.

59 Clubs & Activities for $300 A: This club is advised by Mrs. DeLaPaz and Mrs. Burlinson and addresses environmental concerns on campus. Q: What is Fading Footprints?


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