Physical Science Chapter 1 Review Game

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Physical Science Chapter 1 Review Game
Jeopardy Physical Science Chapter 1 Review Game

Select a Category 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 points 5 points Graphing
The SI System Physical Science 101 Conversions & Experi- ments 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 points 5 points

The 3 basic types of graphs.
Graphing The 3 basic types of graphs. 1 point Check

What are line, pie and bar graphs?
Graphing What are line, pie and bar graphs? 1 point Back to Category Slide

This is the axis where we put the dependent variable.
Graphing This is the axis where we put the dependent variable. 2 points Check

Graphing What is the “y” axis? 2 points Back to Category Slide

The type of relationship of this graph.
Graphing The type of relationship of this graph. 3 points Check

What is a direct relationship?
Graphing What is a direct relationship? 3 points Back to Category Slide

These are three things that should be done for any graph that is made.
Graphing These are three things that should be done for any graph that is made. 4 points Check

5. Use computers if possible.
Graphing 1. Title 2. Labels (x and y axis) 3. Legend/Key 4. Colorful 5. Use computers if possible. 4 points Back to Category Slide

Graphing 5 pizzas are made. 1 beef, 1 taco, and 3 cheese. The pie graph for this example looks like this (graph it). 5 points Check

Graphing 5 points Back to Category Slide

This is the number the SI system is based on is this.
1 point Check

The SI System What is 10? 1 point Back to Category Slide

Grams measure mass and length measures this SI base unit.
The SI System Grams measure mass and length measures this SI base unit. 2 points Check

The SI System What is the meter? 2 points Back to Category Slide

Converting from Kelvin to Celsius you subtract this number.
The SI System Converting from Kelvin to Celsius you subtract this number. 3 points Check

The SI System What is 273? 3 points Back to Category Slide

Density comes from 2 SI base units called this.
The SI System Density comes from 2 SI base units called this. 4 points Check

What are the gram (mass) and milliliter (volume)?
The SI System What are the gram (mass) and milliliter (volume)? 4 points Back to Category Slide

The SI system was developed in France during this year.
5 points Check

The SI System What is 1960? 5 points Back to Category Slide

Physical Science 101 A system of knowledge and the methods used to find that knowledge defines this term. 1 point Check

Physical Science 101 What is science? 1 point Back to Category Slide

Physical Science 101 Using technology to enhance life and solve practical problems defines this term. 2 points Check

What is technology? Physical Science 101 2 points
Back to Category Slide

Physical science is broken down into these 2 basic categories.
3 points Check

What are physics and chemistry?
Physical Science 101 What are physics and chemistry? 3 points Back to Category Slide

Physical Science 101 The 3 main branches of Science include physical science, earth and space science and this other science. 4 points Check

What is Life science? Physical Science 101 4 points
Back to Category Slide

The term given to a scientific guess or possible answer to a question.
Physical Science 101 The term given to a scientific guess or possible answer to a question. 5 points Check

What is hypothesis? Physical Science 101 5 points
Back to Category Slide

Conversions and Experiments
2.2 g converted to mg. 1 point Check

Conversions and Experiments
What is 2200 mg? 1 point Back to Category Slide

Conversions and Experiments
1.5 x 103 mm converted to hm. 2 points Check

Conversions and Experiments
What is hm? 2 points Back to Category Slide

Conversions and Experiments
The density of a metal block that has a mass of 240 grams and a volume of 120 ml. 3 points Check

Conversions and Experiments
What is 2.0 g/ml? 3 points Back to Category Slide

Conversions and Experiments
The variables that remain the same or unchanged in an experiment. 4 points Check

Conversions and Experiments
What are constants? 4 points Back to Category Slide

Conversions and Experiments
Another name for the independent variable is this. 5 points Check

Conversions and Experiments
What is a control? 5 points Back to Category Slide

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