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1 jeopardy

2 whiteredpurplebluepink $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final jeopardy!

3 White :$100 What is the difference between a hill and mesa? A A hill has a rounded top and a mesa has a flat top. B A hill has a rounded top and a mesa has rocky cliffs C A hill is a landform and a mesa is a body of water D A hill and a mesa are two names for the same thing

4 Answer.. A

5 White :$200 What is a boundary? A an area in which places share similar characteristics B a natural feature of earth’s surface C a dry area that gets very little rain D the average temperature for twenty years

6 Answer.. D

7 White :$300 Which of the following is a characteristics a region can be based on? A the names of people who live there B the speed limits of its highway C the language that is spoken there D the kinds of books people buy

8 Answer.. C

9 White :$400 Which of the following is an example of climate? A how much rain fell today B how hot it is today C how many days it was sunny this week D the average temperature for twenty years

10 Answer.. D

11 White :$500 After water vapor rises into the air, what is the process in which the vapor cools and forms small drops A condensation B evaporation C precipitation D humidity

12 Answer.. A

13 Red :$100 How do lakes and oceans affect the climate of nearby land? A Winds from the water will keep the land warmer during winter. B Winds from the water will make the land colder during the winter. C Winds from the water keep the land warmer during summer D Winds from the water do not reach the land

14 Answer.. A

15 Red :$200 What kind of climate does South Florida have? A temperate B tropical C artic D desert

16 Answer.. B

17 Red :$300 What is one natural resource that is found in the Northeast, Southeast, and Midwest. A cotton B oil C copper D coal

18 Answer.. A

19 Red :$400 Which of the following would be considered a capital resource? A lumber mill B forest C employee D lumber

20 Answer.. A

21 Red :$500 What would be considered an ideal industry for a region large of iron ore A steel manufacturing B citrus fruits C soybeans D lumber

22 Answer.. A

23 Pink :$100 Which of the following is a renewable resource? A natural gas B oil C coal D water

24 Answer.. D

25 Pink :$200 What is an item people can recycle to convers resources? A oil B coal C glass D natural gas

26 Answer.. C

27 Pink :$300 What is an activity that you could do in Minnesota that you could not do in Florida? A swim in a lake during the summer B ski down a mountain in the winter C swim in the ocean D wear short sleeves in January

28 Answer.. B

29 Pink :$400 How have people who live on the North Carolina coast adapted there houses to the environment? A They built with peaked roofs so snow will slide on the ground. B They have been built to withstand strong winds and heavy rainfall. C They have been equipped with tunnels between them so people do not have to go outside in frigid weather. D They have been built with special materials to protect them against the desert climate.

30 Answer.. B

31 Pink :$500 Why do people build dams? A to build houses on the water B to hold back rivers C to harvest oil from underneath the earth’s surface D to protect houses from harsh winter days

32 Answer.. B

33 Purple :$100 How does technology help farmers near the Ogallala Aquifer? A Large machines leveled the land to make a flat surface that crops can grow on. B Oil wells were dug to pull the oil to the surface. C Highways were built to cross over the Rocky mountains. D Large pumps and tunnels systems bring water to the surface for farms.

34 Answer.. D

35 Purple :$200 Which of the following about elevation and climate is true A Places of higher elevation are generally colder than lower areas. B Places of higher elevation are generally drier than lower places. C Places of higher elevation are generally warmer than lower areas. D Places at middle elevation generally have no trees.

36 Answer.. A

37 Purple :$300 How did people in the Northeast during the late 1800s late 1800s change there environmentenvironment AA they cleared land using axes andhand saws. B They built complex highway systems C They used machines to pull water fromfrom near Aquifers D They built big dams in CaliforniaCalifornia

38 Answer.. A

39 Purple :$400 What region do the rocky mountains run throughrun through AmA Midwest B Northeast C C Southeast D West B

40 Answer.. B

41 Purple :$500 Through which regions does the Mississippi ? A Midwest and West B Midwest and Southwest C Northeast and West D Midwest and Southeast

42 Answer.. D

43 Blue :$100 What is the scientific name of when water forms into clouds? A Condensation B Precipitation C Interrogation D Evaporation

44 Answer.. C

45 Blue :$200 Which of the following is a natural resource ? A computers B styrofoam C trees D cars

46 Answer.. C

47 Blue :$300 Which of the following is NOT a capital resource A television B oil C computers D remote control

48 Answer.. B

49 Blue :$400 Which of the following is NOT a natural resource A trees B wood C fruits D computers

50 Answer.. D

51 Blue :$500 What state has the most water for Ogallala aquifer? A Texas B Arizona C Nebraska D Asia

52 Answer.. C

53 Final jeopardy! Name which is right. A= computer B= a job Capital resource=? C= trees Natural resource=? Human resource=? letter

54 Final jeopardy! Capital resource=A Natural resource=C Human resource=D

55 Thanks for watching! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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