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Jeopardy Physical Science Chapter 1 Review Game

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

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Graphing The 3 basic types of graphs. 1 pointCheck

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

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

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

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Graphing The type of relationship of this graph. 3 pointsCheck

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

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

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

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

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Graphing 5 points Back to Category Slide

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The SI System This is the number the SI system is based on is this. 1 pointCheck

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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The SI System The SI system was developed in France during this year. 5 pointsCheck

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

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

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What is science? Physical Science point Back to Category Slide

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

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What is technology? Physical Science points Back to Category Slide

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Physical Science 101 Physical science is broken down into these 2 basic categories. 3 pointsCheck

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

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

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

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

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What is hypothesis? Physical Science points Back to Category Slide

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Conversions and Experiments 2.2 g converted to mg. 1 pointCheck

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

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Conversions and Experiments 1.5 x 10 3 mm converted to hm. 2 pointsCheck

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Congratulations! You have completed the game of Jeopardy.

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