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10 Topic 1 Question for 5 Points When sound waves meet and interact with each other Show Answer

11 Topic 1 Answer for 5 Points What is interference? Back to Board

12 Topic 1 Question for 10 Points Sound waves diffract, or bend around corners. Show Answer

13 Topic 1 Answer for 10 Points What is diffraction? Back to Board

14 Topic 1 Question for 15 Points Sound waves bounce back from surfaces (echo) Show Answer

15 Topic 1 Answer for 15 Points What is a reflection? Back to Board

16 Topic 1 Question for 20 Points The ability of a material to bounce back after being disturbed. Show Answer

17 Topic 1 Answer for 20 Points What is elasticity? Back to Board

18 Topic 1 Question for 25 Points The amount of matter there is in a given amount of space. Show Answer

19 Topic 1 Answer for 25 Points What is density? Back to Board

20 Topic 2 Question for 5 Points Reflection that occurs when parallel rays of light hit a smooth surface and all reflect at the same angle Show Answer

21 Topic 2 Answer for 5 Points What is regular reflection? Back to Board

22 Topic 2 Question for 10 Points Reflection that occurs when parallel rays of light hit a rough surface and all reflect at different angles Show Answer

23 Topic 2 Answer for 10 Points What is diffuse reflection? Back to Board

24 Topic 2 Question for 15 Points A measure of the amount a ray of light bends when it passes from one medium to another Show Answer

25 Topic 2 Answer for 15 Points What is index of refraction? Back to Board

26 Topic 2 Question for 20 Points This material transmits most of the light that strikes it; light passes right through without being scattered Show Answer

27 Topic 2 Answer for 20 Points What is transparent material? Back to Board

28 Topic 2 Question for 25 Points This material scatters light as it passes through; you can see something behind it, but the details are blurred. Show Answer

29 Topic 2 Answer for 25 Points What is translucent material? Back to Board

30 Topic 3 Question for 5 Points This wave causes the crust to move back and forth in the ground like an accordion. Show Answer

31 What is a P-Wave? (or Primary Wave) Topic 3 Answer for 5 Points Back to Board

32 Topic 3 Question for 10 Points This wave causes the crust to vibrate from side-to-side and up and down. Show Answer

33 Topic 3 Answer for 10 Points What is an S-Wave? (or Secondary waves) Back to Board

34 Topic 3 Question for 15 Points This wave causes the ground surface to roll with a wavelike motion. Show Answer

35 Topic 3 Answer for 15 Points What is a Surface Wave? Back to Board

36 Topic 3 Question for 20 Points This wave moves perpendicular to the direction the wave itself is moving (HINT: think of the movement of a string being shaken) Show Answer

37 Topic 3 Answer for 20 Points What is a transverse wave? Back to Board

38 Topic 3 Question for 25 Points In this type of wave, the particles move left and right parallel to the motion of the wave (HINT: think of shaking a Slinky®) Show Answer

39 Topic 3 Answer for 25 Points What is a Longitudinal Wave? Back to Board

40 Topic 4 Question for 5 Points At a low __________, particles move more slowly than at a higher ___________. Show Answer

41 Topic 4 Answer for 5 Points What is temperature? Back to Board

42 Topic 4 Question for 10 Points Air, solids, gases have an effect on waves; these are known as _______ Show Answer

43 Topic 4 Answer for 10 Points What are mediums? Back to Board

44 Topic 4 Question for 15 Points True or False: Sound travels more quickly in denser mediums. Show Answer

45 Topic 4 Answer for 15 Points FALSE: Sound travels more slowly in denser mediums. Back to Board

46 Topic 4 Question for 20 Points Pushing air particles together creates this. Show Answer

47 Topic 4 Answer for 20 Points What is compression? Back to Board

48 Topic 4 Question for 25 Points Air particles bounce back and spread out creates this. Show Answer

49 Topic 4 Answer for 25 Points What is a rarefaction? Back to Board

50 Topic 5 Question for 5 Points: The shaking results from the movement of rock beneath the earth’s surface. Show Answer

51 Topic 5 Answer for 5 Points What is an earthquake? Back to Board

52 Topic 5 Question for 10 Points The point beneath the Earth’s surface where rock breaks under stress and causes an earthquake. Show Answer

53 Topic 5 Answer for 10 Points What is a focus? Back to Board

54 Topic 5 Question for 15 Points The point on the Earth’s surface directly above the earthquake’s focus. Show Answer

55 Topic 5 Answer for 15 Points What is the epicenter? Back to Board

56 Topic 5 Question for 20 Points A material that reflects or absorbs all of the light that strikes it. Show Answer

57 Topic 5 Answer for 20 Points What is opaque material? Back to Board

58 Topic 5 Question for 25 Points Sound waves begin with a _________, or when particles in the ground or air move back and forth. Show Answer

59 Topic 5 Answer for 25 Points What is a vibration? Back to Board

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61 “Big Points” Question A disturbance that travels through a medium as a longitudinal wave Show Answer

62 Big Points Answer for Big Points What is sound? To End

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