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4 B. dust particles A. charges C. atoms D. mass All matter is made up of tiny particles called

5 Matter is made up of tiny particles called atoms Bonus Jeopardy

6 Answer Click to record $200

7 Tiny particles that have a positive charge are called B. electrons D. atoms C. neutrons A. protons

8 Tiny particles that have a positive charge are called protons. Bonus Jeopardy

9 Answer Click to record $400

10 Tiny particles that have a negative charge are called: B. Electrons D. Atoms C. Neutrons A. Protons

11 Tiny particles that have a negative charge are called electrons. Bonus Jeopardy

12 Wow! Youre good! Answer Click to record $600

13 How do atoms become positive or negatively charged? B. All of the answers are correct C. Pick up electrical charges from other objects D. Electrons fall off an object A.Rubbing againstRubbing against another object

14 Atoms become positively or negatively charged in all of those ways. Bonus Jeopardy

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16 If you rub a neutral balloon with a cloth, what charge will the balloon become? B. positive C. neutral D. electric A. negative

17 If you rub a neutral balloon with a cloth, it will become negative as electrons are transferred from the cloth to the balloon. Bonus Jeopardy

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19 Materials that allow electricity to flow easily through them A. conductor D. Dry cell C. terminal B. insulator

20 Materials that allow electricity to easily flow through them are called conductors. Bonus Jeopardy

21 AnswerRIGHT! When youre RIGHT, youre RIGHT! Click to record $200

22 A. conductors Materials that do not allow electricity to flow through them are called D. Dry cell C. terminals B. insulators

23 Materials that dont allow electricity to flow through them easily are called insulators. Bonus Jeopardy

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25 Current flowing through an object can be turned on or off using this A. terminal D. switch C. conductor B. resistor

26 Current can be turned on and off using a switch. Bonus Jeopardy

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28 Something that allows electricity to flow through it, but it doesnt flow easily. A. insulator D. Dry cell C. terminal B. resistor

29 Something that allows electricity to flow through it, but it doesnt flow easily is called a resistor. Bonus Jeopardy

30 Answer Click to record $800

31 Another name for a dry cell A. battery D. filament C. resistor B. terminal

32 Another name for a dry cell is a battery. Bonus Jeopardy

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34 A circuit The path that electricity can move through D ellipse C oval B orbit

35 The path that electricity can move through is called a circuit. Bonus Jeopardy

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37 If you have a circuit with no gaps or breaks, it is called A. Resistor D. Open circuit C. Closed circuit B. Short circuit

38 If you have a circuit with no gaps or breaks it is called a closed circuit. Bonus Jeopardy

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40 A. Parallel Circuit A circuit with gaps or breaks is called B. Series Circuit C. Closed circuit D. Open circuit

41 A circuit with gaps or breaks is called an open circuit. Bonus Jeopardy

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43 In a parallel circuit, what would happen if you disconnect one bulb that is wired to others? A.The other bulbsThe other bulbs will go out. B. The other bulbs will stay lit. D. The filament will burn out. C. The other bulbs will blow.

44 The other bulbs will stay lit in a parallel circuit. Bonus Jeopardy

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46 What would happen if a bulb that was wired to other bulbs was disconnected in a series circuit? A. The other bulbs would remain lit. B. Nothing would happen to the other bulbs. D. The other bulbs would not go out. C. The other bulbs would go out.

47 In a series circuit, if you disconnect one bulb, the other bulbs will go out. Bonus Jeopardy

48 Answer Click to record $1000

49 A. Michael Faraday B. Ben Franklin C. Thomas Edison D. Alexander Graham Bell Who invented the lightbulb?

50 Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb. Bonus Jeopardy

51 Answer Click to record $200

52 Who is known for doing lots of experiments with electromagnets? A. Thomas Edison B. Michael Faraday C. Ben Franklin D. Alexander Graham Bell

53 Michael Faraday discovered electromagnets. Bonus Jeopardy

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55 Who invented the lightning rod? A. Ben Franklin B. Thomas Edison C. Michael Faraday D. Alexander Graham Bell

56 Ben Franklin invented the lightning rod. Bonus Jeopardy

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58 Which of the following was not invented by Michael Faraday? A. Generator B. Electric Motor C. Lightning rod D. Transformer

59 Michael Faraday did not invent the lightning rod. Bonus Jeopardy

60 Answer I hope children never loose their sense of wonder and peace! Click to record $800

61 What was Faradays experiment? A.He found that you can makeHe found that you can make electricity using magnets. B. He found that you can make magnets using electricity. C. He did experiments with electromagnets. D. All of the above.

62 Faraday did all of those experiments. Bonus Jeopardy

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64 The buildup of electrical charge is called A. Static electricity B. Current electricity C. Electrical discharge D. Circuit

65 The buildup of electrical charge is called static electricity. Bonus Jeopardy

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67 A.Opposite chargesOpposite charges repel. B. Opposite charges attract. C. The wall and balloon are both negative. D The wall and balloon are both positive Why does a balloon stick to the wall?

68 A balloon sticks to the wall because opposite charges attract each other. Bonus Jeopardy

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70 What does a resistor produce? A.All of theAll of the following B.Light C. Heat D Slows electricity

71 Resistors slow the flow of electricity and produce heat and light. Bonus Jeopardy

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73 When lightning strikes the ground, this is an example of an electrical discharge produced by A. Current electricity B. Static electricity C. Open circuit D. Terminals

74 Lightning is an example of an electrical discharge produced from a buildup of static electricity. Bonus Jeopardy

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76 What part of an atom is transferred in an electrical discharge? A. protons B. neutrons C. electrons D. resistors

77 Electrons are transferred in an electrical discharge. Bonus Jeopardy

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