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Title: Blank Jeopardy Author: Donna Eustace Last modified by: fcps Created Date: 8/19/1998 5:45:48 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Manager – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Blank Jeopardy


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Earth/Space
Life
Chemistry
Physics
Environmental Science
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2
Earth/ Space 5 point question The correct order
of the water cycle.
3
Answer What is evaporation ? condensation ?
precipitation?
4
Earth/Space 10 point question This star is
closest to the Earth.
5
Answer What is the sun?
6
Earth/Space 15 points This celestial object is
closest to the Earth.
7
Answer What is the moon?
8
Earth/Space 20 point question When erosion moves
rock particles to other places.
9
Answer What is deposited?
10
Earth/Space 25 point question These are three
types of sedimentary rock.
11
Answer What is conglomerate, sandstone,
limestone, and/or shale?
12
Life 5 point question This tool would be useful
when investigating a single-celled organism.
13
Answer What is a microscope?
14
Life 10 point question The role of a producer in
a food chain.
15
Answer What is making food?
16
Life 15 point question The primary source of
energy in all food chains.
17
Answer What is the sun?
18
Life 20 point question The three things all
animals need to survive.
19
Answer What is food, water, air?
20
Life 25 point question The structure that is
only found in a plant cell.
21
Answer What is a cell wall?
22
Chemistry
The sense that should never be used to observe
chemicals.
23
Answer What is taste?
24
Chemistry 10 point question A student finds a
colored powder on his desk. The appropriate
tool used to examine the powders observable
properties.
25
Answer What is a hand lens?
26
Chemistry 15 point question The observable
property that was used to place the following
objects in the same group golf ball, baseball,
basketball, globe
27
Answer What is shape?
28
Chemistry 20 point question 50mL of sugar was
added to 250mL of iced tea. This is the volume of
the sweetened iced tea.
29
Answer What is 300 mL?
30
Chemistry 25 point question When a class
compares data collected by different groups, this
must be done in order for the comparison to be
fair.
31
Answer What is all conditions must be kept the
same?
32
Physics 5 point question The process that
describes when light bounces off an object.
33
Answer What is reflection?
34
Physics10 point question When shadows form.
35
Answer What is when light is blocked by an
object?
36
Physics 15 point question
The force that is air resistance.
37
Answer What is friction?
38
Physics 20 point question Traveling different
distances in equal times.
39
Answer What is variable motion ?
40
Physics 25 point question Motion that repeats
itself.
41
Answer What is periodic motion?
42
Environmental Science 5 point question A way you
can have a positive consequence on the natural
environment.
43
Answers What is recycling? What is conserving
water?
44
Environmental Science 10 point question Pouring
used oil down the drain.
45
Answer What is a practice that has a negative
consequence on the natural environment?
46
Environmental Science 15 point question Rotating
crops, using fertilizers properly, and planting
to reduce wind and water erosion.
47
Answer What are good farming practices?
48
Environmental Science 20 point question Hanging
clothes outside to dry.
49
Answer What is a positive consequence humans
can have on the natural environment?
50
Environmental Science 25 point question Plants
from other countries that begin to grow in the
nearby fields and forests and compete with the
native plants that are natural to our local
environments are called invasive species. A
negative consequence of an invasive species on
the natural environment.
51
Answer What is destroys animals habitats?
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