# Magnetism and Electricity Review Charges 1Charges 2CircuitsMagnetsMisc. 200 400 600 800 1000 FINAL JEOPARDY.

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Magnetism and Electricity Review Charges 1Charges 2CircuitsMagnetsMisc. 200 400 600 800 1000 FINAL JEOPARDY

Charges 1: 200  Question:  This part of the atom has a negative charge.  Answer:  What is electron?

Charges 1 : 400  Question:  Movement of electrons from one object to another through direct contact is caused by this type of charging.  Answer:  What is conduction?

Charges 1: 600  Question:  The problem with the statement “Protons with a negative charge are attracted to electrons with a positive charge” is this.  Answer:  What is protons have a positive charge and electrons have a negative charge?

Charges 1: 800  Question:  Charging of an object without direct contact with another object is caused by this type of charging.  Answer:  What is induction?

Charges 1: 1000  Question:  Lightening is an example of static electricity that does this.  Answer:  What is static discharge or electric discharge?

Charges 2: 200  Question:  Materials that do not allow charges to move easily are these.  Answer:  What are insulators?

Charges 2: 400  Question:  When static electric charges move off of an object, it is because of this.  Answer:  What is static discharge or electric discharge?

Charges 2: 600  Question:  One of the following is not an insulator:  Helium balloon, pine board, penny, eraser  Answer:  What is a penny?

Charges 2: 800  Question:  This is the difference between an electrical conductor and an electrical insulator.  Answer:  What is conductors allow electrons (electricity) to flow and insulators don’t?

Charges 2: 1000  Question:  The type of charging that occurs when two objects rub against each other.  Answer:  What is friction?

Circuits: 200  Question:  The 3 required parts of a basic circuit.  Answer:  What is power source (battery), load (light) and wire.

Circuits : 400  Question:  The amount of electric pathways in a series circuit.  Answer:  What is one?

Circuits : 600  Question:  The type of circuit shown.  Answer:  What is parallel?

Circuits : 800  Question:  If the switch is opened, what will happen to the lights.  Answer:  What is they will all go out?

Circuits : 1000  Question:  If one of the switches is opened, this will happen to the remaining lights.  Answer:  What is they will stay on?

Magnets: 200  Question:  A coil of wire with an iron core placed into it connected to a battery is this.  Answer:  What is an electromagnet?

Magnets: 400  Question:  This happens to the magnetic field of an electromagnet when the number of coils is increased.  Answer:  What is increases?

Magnets: 600  Question:  Electric currents in a wire create this.  Answer:  What is a magnetic field?

Magnets: 800  Question:  What you get when a magnet is cut in half.  Answer:  What is two smaller magnets each with its own North and South pole?

Magnets: 1000  Question:  The strongest magnetic fields are found here on magnets.  Answer:  What is at the poles?

Miscellaneous : 200  Question:  The type of circuit shown.  Answer:  What is series?

Miscellaneous : 400  Question:  The lines shown in the picture represent these.  Answer:  What are magnetic fields?

Miscellaneous : 600  Question:  All lights in a series circuit go out when one goes out because of this.  Answer:  What is there is only one path for the electrons (electricity) to flow and the path gets broken when the light goes out?

Miscellaneous : 800  Question: (AC Classes)  The voltage in a circuit if the current is 4 A and the resistance is 6 Ohms.  Answer:  What is 24 V?

Miscellaneous : 1000  Question:  The law of conservation of charges states this.  Answer:  What is “no charges are created or destroyed when objects are charged.”

Final Jeopardy  Question:  The law of electric charges states this.  Answer:  What is opposite charges attract and like charges repel? Place your wager. Category: Charges

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