# Force, Motion, Energy, & Gravity Jeopardy!. Force, Motion, Energy, & Gravity Jeopardy 100 500 400 300 200 Force 100 500 400 300 200 Motion 100 500 400.

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Force, Motion, Energy, & Gravity Jeopardy!

Force, Motion, Energy, & Gravity Jeopardy 100 500 400 300 200 Force 100 500 400 300 200 Motion 100 500 400 300 200 Energy &Work 100 500 400 300 200 Gravity 100 500 400 300 200 Force Facts

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Force for 100 What is force? AA – a loud sound BB – a push or pull CC – a long day DD – a object

Motion For 100 What is motion? AA –change of position or location; movement BB –change of address CC –change of name DD –change of something with wings

Energy and Work For 100 What is energy? AA –a sugar rush BB –ability to do work CC –ability to eat DD –a type of liquid

Gravity For 100 Which of these is most responsible for objects being pulled towards the ground? AA –air pressure BB –magnetic field CC –gravity DD –friction

Force Facts For 100 Newton created 3 Laws of Motion. The 1 st Law of Motion tells us that if an object is at rest it will stay at rest, and if an object is in motion, it will____________. AA –stay in motion unless acted on by force BB –stay in motion but slow down CC –stop eventually DD –speed up

Force For 200 What force holds the atmosphere of Earth in place? AA –gravity B B –electric CC –magnetic D D –friction

Motion For 200 When you put on the brake of a bicycle, what is the force that slows your bike down? AA –flow B B –friction CC –stress D D –feet

Energy and Work For 200 When a ball is on top of a hill it has _____. AA –potential energy only B B –kinetic energy only CC –both potential and kinetic energy D D –no energy

Gravity For 200 A girl is jumping rope. No matter how high the girl jumps, she always lands back on the ground because _______. AA –air resistance pushes her down B B –inertia pushes her down CC –the force of gravity pulls her down D D –a magnetic force pulls her down

Force Facts For 200 If an object with a heavy mass and an object with a low mass are pushed with the same force, _____________. AA –the heavy mass object will travel less B B –the lighter mass object will travel farther CC –the heavy mass object will travel farther D D –the lighter mass object will travel less

Force For 300 An investigation using a fan and a wooden car is being done. Which of these will most likely increase the distance the car will travel? AA –change the direction of the car B B –make the size of the car larger CC –decrease the speed of the blowing fan D D –add mass to the car

Motion For 300 If you pedal your bike harder, you’re using _______ force and your bike goes faster. AA –less B B –atomic CC –more D D –nothing

Energy and Work For 300 A skier going down a hill has ______. AA –kinetic energy only B B –mostly kinetic energy; some potential CC –potential energy only D D –no energy at all

Gravity For 300 Four objects were dropped from a height of 10 meters. The order in which they reached the ground is shown in the table. The sheet of paper took the longest time to reach the ground most likely because ________. AA –it has the most mass B B –it has the most surface area CC –it has the least weight D D –it is the smallest object TCAP Practice Question ObjectOrder Feather3 rd Golf ball1 st Sheet of notebook paper 4 th Foam ball2nd

Force Facts For 300 A force’s mass and ______ can be multiplied to find force applied to an object. AA –speed B B –distance CC –acceleration D D –weight

Force For 400 A student has four identical footballs. A different force is applied to each football as it is thrown. Which force will most likely cause the football to travel the least distance before hitting the ground? AA –10 newtons B B –12 newtons CC –15 newtons D D –18 newtons

Motion For 400 When you turn the handlebars of your bike, you are applying a force that changes the bike’s _____________? AA –color B B –direction CC –weight D D –tires

Energy and Work For 400 If an object doesn’t move, how much work is done? AA – a lot B B –constant CC –some D D –none

Gravity For 400 Four objects were dropped at the same time from the same height. Which object will most likely have the longest drop time? AA –an iron ball B B –an open umbrella CC –a horseshoe magnet D D –a large book

Force Fact For 400 If I dropped a ball and a piece of paper, which would hit the ground first? AA –paper B B –ball CC – they would hit the ground at the same time

Force For 500 Applying more force one of two identical objects will make the object that was given more force_______. AA –go slower B B –travel a shorter distance CC –travel a farther distance D D –go the same distance as the other object

Motion For 500 All change in motion are caused by ______? AA –forces B B –sun CC –water D D –your teacher

Energy and Work For 500 Newton’s First Law of Motion is known as the Law of Inertia. Inertia is ______ AA –speed B B –distance CC –resistance to motion D D –acceleration

Gravity For 500 Three objects will be dropped from a height of 10 meters. The time it takes for each object to reach the ground will be recorded in the table. The handkerchief will most likely have the longest drop time because of its _____. AA –length B B –shape CC –mass D D –texture ObjectDrop time (sec) Ball Pencil Handkerchief

Force Facts For 500 If the ball and paper were dropped at the same time and height, the ball would hit the ground first because of its _____. AA –friction B B –weight CC –shape D D –mass

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