# Jeopardy A B C D E Q \$100 Q \$200 Q \$300 Q \$400 Q \$500 Q \$100 Q \$200 Q \$300 Q \$400 Q \$500 Final Jeopardy.

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Jeopardy A B C D E Q \$100 Q \$200 Q \$300 Q \$400 Q \$500 Q \$100 Q \$200 Q \$300 Q \$400 Q \$500 Final Jeopardy

\$100 Question from A The bouncing of light.

\$100 Answer from A Reflection

\$200 Question from A The bending of light.

\$200 Answer from A Refraction

\$300 Question from A When light slows down, it:

\$300 Answer from A is refracting

\$400 Question from A We can see things because of this property of light.

\$400 Answer from A Reflection

\$500 Question from A Radio waves and Gamma Rays travel at the speed.

\$500 Answer from A Same. It’s their wavelengths that are different.

\$100 Question from B What makes something appear white?

\$100 Answer from B When all colors are being reflected.

\$200 Question from B What makes something appear black?

\$200 Answer from B When all colors are being absorbed.

\$300 Question from B If only blue light is reflecting off a surface, what color will the object be?

\$300 Answer from B Blue

\$400 Question from B If an object is not yellow, what is happening to the yellow light?

\$400 Answer from B It’s being absorbed by the object.

\$500 Question from B What color has the shortest wavelength & highest energy?

\$500 Answer from B Violet (purple)

\$100 Question from C Infrared and visible light have different what?

\$100 Answer from C Wavelengths

\$200 Question from C What measures the number of vibrations in a given time in a wave?

\$200 Answer from C Frequency

\$300 Question from C Which type of light has a higher energy level, microwaves or ultraviolet rays?

\$300 Answer from C Ultraviolet (UV) rays

\$400 Question from C What type of waves are used in “night vision?”

\$400 Answer from C Infrared

\$500 Question from C As you move from radio to gamma rays the wavelengths get and the increases.

\$500 Answer from C Shorter Increases

\$100 Question from D Name one object that’s transparent.

\$100 Answer from D Window

\$200 Question from D Name one object that is opaque.

\$200 Answer from D Door, wall, etc.

\$300 Question from D Name one object that is translucent.

\$300 Answer from D Glass of milk, wax paper, stained glass.

\$400 Question from D In order to see correctly, light has to be focused on this part of your eye.

\$400 Answer from D The retina.

\$500 Question from D When an object’s opaque, is light being reflected, refracted, or absorbed?

\$500 Answer from D Mostly absorbed.

\$100 Question from E What happens to blue light in the Earth’s atmosphere?

\$100 Answer from E It scatters more than the other colors.

\$200 Question from E List the 7 different types of light, starting with Radio waves.

\$200 Answer from E Radio, Micro, Infra, Visible, UV, X-ray, Gamma

\$300 Question from E How does a prism work?

\$300 Answer from E It refracts white light into The colors of the rainbow.

\$400 Question from E What part of the eye controls how much light enters the pupil?

\$400 Answer from E The iris (colored part)

\$500 Question from E What’s the speed of light in a vacuum?

\$500 Answer from E 300 million m/sec. or 186,000 mi./sec.

Final Jeopardy Explain the law of reflection.

Final Jeopardy Light always reflects at the exact opposite angle it strikes a surface at. 45°

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