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Jeopardy Safety Generating Electricity Circuits In your home Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Measuring Electricity
$100 Question Safety True or False: You should use tacks, staples and nails when fastening extension cords in place
$100 Answer Safety False
$200 Question Safety This is a type of circuit that has no load and therefore is dangerous and can cause electrical fires.
$200 Answer Safety Short Circuit
$300 Question Safety Never mix this substance with electricity
$300 Answer Safety Water
$400 Question Safety This amount of amperes can cause death
$400 Answer Safety 0.05 – 0.1 A – heart stops pumping
$500 Question Safety What does this symbol stand for?
$500 Answer Safety Canadian Standards Association
$100 Question Generating Electricity This current is found in a battery
$100 Answer Generating Electricity Direct current
$200 Question Generating Electricity True of False: Fossil fuels are used to generate electricity
$200 Answer Generating Electricity True – used to heat water to use steam to turn turbines
$300 Question Generating Electricity List 3 other ways to generate electricity
$300 Answer Generating Electricity Nuclear power, Solar, Wind, Water
$400 Question Generating Electricity What is alternating current?
$400 Answer Generating Electricity AC is the back and forth movement of electrons through a wire
$500 Question Generating Electricity Describe how you could easily generate electricity
$500 Answer Generating Electricity Passing a magnet in and out of a coiled wire
$100 Question from Circuits These travel through electric circuits
$100 Answer from Circuits Electrons
$200 Question from Circuits What are the three things needed to make a complete circuit?
$200 Answer from Circuits Energy source, load and connecting conductors
$300 Question from Circuits When the lights are off, the circuit is what?
$300 Answer from Circuits Open circuit
$400 Question from Circuits Draw two lights in a series circuit
$400 Answer from Circuits Only one path for the electrons
$500 Question from Circuits Draw a schematic diagram of a light and a resistor in parallel circuit with an open switch
$500 Answer from Circuits Two paths for the electrons
$100 Question from Measuring Electricity The flow of electrons is called this, just like water in a river
$100 Answer from Measuring Electricity Current
$200 Question from Measuring Electricity This device would be used to measure potential difference
$200 Answer from Measuring Electricity Voltmeter
$300 Question from Measuring Electricity Draw the symbol for Ohms (resistance)
$300 Answer from Measuring Electricity Ω
$400 Question from Measuring Electricity How do you use a voltmeter to measure volts? (where would you put the voltmeter?)
$400 Answer from Measuring Electricity You put it ACROSS the circuit (not in it)
$500 Question from Measuring Electricity What was the name of the device used to measure the electricity created by your generator in the lab?
$500 Answer from Measuring Electricity Galvanometer
$100 Question from In Your Home What are fuses made of?
$100 Answer from In Your Home Conductors that have a low melting point
$200 Question from In Your Home What is the benefit of a circuit breaker?
$200 Answer from In Your Home You don’t have to replace it like a fuse
$300 Question from In Your Home True or False: An appliance is a resistor?
$300 Answer from In Your Home True
$400 Question from In Your Home Adding more resistors in parallel does what to the current?
$400 Answer from In Your Home Increases it
$500 Question from In Your Home Name 3 things ways you can practice electrical safety at home
$500 Answer from In Your Home Answers will vary...
Final Jeopardy Using the materials provided for each group, create a circuit that has 3 light bulbs in parallel
Final Jeopardy Answer All three need to be in parallel and light up
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