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2 Jeopardy Physical Sciences Earth ScienceLife Science Technology and Engineering Random Facts Measuring and Metric System Final Jeopardy

3 Physical Sciences 100 One of the following keeps the planets in our solar system in orbit around the Sun. A. atmospheric pressure B. gravitational force C. electromagnetic energy D. thermal energy What is B, gravitational force?

4 Physical Sciences 200 Which of the following substances can be separated into several elements? A. nitrogen B. zinc C. air D. aluminum What is C, air?

5 Physical Sciences 300 The law of conservation of mass can be demonstrated by a chemical reaction. One of the following models of a chemical reaction best represents the law of conservation of mass. What is A? A. B. C. D.

6 Physical Sciences 400 Laura adds 50 mL of boiling water to 100 mL of ice water. If the 150 mL of water is then put into a freezer; at which of these temperatures will water freeze? A. 0°C B. 15°C C. 37°C D. 50°C What is A, 0°C?

7 Physical Sciences 500 What is B, sugar crystals dissolving in water? One of the following is an example of the formation of a mixture. A. rust forming on an iron nail B. sugar crystals dissolving in water C. sodium and chlorine forming table salt D. hydrogen and oxygen reacting to produce water

8 Earth Science 100 What is B, 900 m A map with contour lines is shown here. (Click on the map for a larger image) One of the following is the best estimate of the difference in elevation between Black Bear Camp and Eagle Peak. A. 400 m B. 900 m C m D m

9 Earth Science 200 One of the following diagrams best shows the relative positions of Earth, the Moon, and the Sun during a lunar eclipse. What is C? C. D. A. B.

10 Earth Science 300 What is B, convection currents in the mantle? Heat from deep in Earth’s interior is transferred to its crust by one of the following. A. conduction in the ocean B. convection in the mantle C. radiation from the solid core D. evaporation at mid-ocean ridges

11 Earth Science 400 What is C, inner core? On of the following Earth layers has the greatest density. A. crust B. mantle C. inner core D. outer core

12 Earth Science 500 What is C, a site deep underground? One of the following areas is most likely to form metamorphic rocks such as gneiss and schist. A. a sea floor B. a windblown desert C. a site deep underground D. a site covered by a glacier

13 Life Science 100 In the human body, which system functions primarily to defend the body against disease? A. digestive B. immune C. nervous D. respiratory What B, immune.

14 Life Science 200 One of the following groups of organisms uses sunlight to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugar and oxygen. A. carnivores B. decomposers C. herbivores D. producers What is D, producers?

15 Life Science 300 Lichens are symbiotic organisms made of green algae and fungi. This is what green algae supply to the fungi in this symbiotic relationship. A. carbon dioxide B. food C. protection D. water What is B, food?

16 Life Science 400 One of the following best describes a role of mushrooms in ecosystems. A. capturing energy from sunlight B. consuming living plant material C. taking energy from animal hosts D. breaking down dead plant material What is D, breaking down dead plant material?

17 Life Science 500 What is A, 23 pairs of chromosomes? Which of the following best describes the number of chromosomes in a normal human liver cell? A. 23 pairs of chromosomes B. 46 different types of chromosomes C. 46 male chromosomes and 46 female chromosomes D. 23 original chromosomes and 23 duplicate chromosomes

18 Technology and Engineering 100 What is A, assembling? The tools shown in the picture below are used in a factory. In which of the following manufacturing processes are these tools most likely used? A. assembling B. cutting C. finishing D. shaping

19 Technology and Engineering 200 What is D, plastic? A manufacturer wants to produce a container for food storage that does not break easily and is airtight, inexpensive, and microwave-safe. Which of the following is the best material to use to make the container? A. glass B. metal C. paper D. plastic

20 Technology and Engineering 300 What is C? One of the following bridges is an example of a suspension bridge. D. A. C. B.

21 Technology and Engineering 400 What is D, transmitter? One of the following identifies the primary function of a radio station tower in a communication system. A. decoder B. encoder C. receiver D. transmitter

22 Technology and Engineering 500 What is D; Products can be made at a lower cost? Which of the following best describes an advantage of using a mass production manufacturing system instead of a custom manufacturing system? A. Customers can provide specific feedback to workers. B. Workers become skilled in all aspects of assembly. C. Goods can be easily modified for customers. D. Products can be made at a lower cost.

23 Random Facts 100 What are the Hawaiian Islands? Hot spots in the Pacific Ocean,

24 Random Facts 200 Who was Emile du Ch â telet? The mathematician contributed to the “square” in E=mc 2.

25 Random Facts 300 The type of rock that comes from volcanic activity. What is igneous rock?

26 Random Facts 400 The strength of Gravitational pull on the moon compared to the Earth. (Hint: The Earth is six times larger in size than the Moon.) What is one six of Earth’s gravitational pull?

27 Random Facts 500 The amount of energy released that each number of magnitude in the Richter Scale represents. (For instance, how many times does the energy increase going from a magnitude of 3 to 4?) What is 32 times for each increment?

28 Metric system 100 Kg in 2,000 grams. What is 2 Kilograms?

29 Metric system 200 Units of density (use cm 3 and grams) What is g/ cm 3 ?

30 Metric system 300 Another name for one millionth of a second. ( sec) What is one microsecond?

31 Metric system 400 Meters in 5 centimeters. What are.05 meters?

32 Metric system 500 The name for one billionth of a meter What is a nanometer?

33 Final Jeopardy The answer is: no, because the fault is very shallow compared to the thickness of the tectonic plate and the boundary between Pacific Plate and the North American Plate is a Strike-Slip faults which moves horizontally.

34 If there is a massive earthquake in California, will it fall into the ocean?

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