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Title: Welcome to Jeopardy


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Welcome to Jeopardy
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Are you Kidding? Emc2 Detect Data Material Things Star Light Star Bright Wildcard
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In the diagram below, these 3 bones are
responsible for transmitting sound to the inner
ear.
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Portion of the eye responsible for central
vision
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!THE DAILY DOUBLE!
Energy may neither be created, nor destroyed.
When it is stored, it is said to be in this form.
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This form of Energy is said to be the sister of
Electricity
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A red dye was added to this substance to make it
more visible in conventional thermometers
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Water, wind, and chemical energy are all derived
from this form of energy!
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The diagram below demonstrates what form of heat
transfer?
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Downhill Skiing is a transformation between these
two energy forms
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11
Discovered by a Greek King (Archimedes) in 200
bc, this property of matter is the ratio of mass
to volume
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This theory explains heat as the collision
between particles of matter.
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The scent of perfume spreads out in a room
because of this principal, which is based on the
kinetic molecular theory
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This graph illustrates this concept on matters
transformations
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This process explains why your ice cubes shrink
over time
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An intelligent means to separate solids from
liquids
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On the periodic table, these are found on the
right of the stepped or staggered line
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This fundamental difference between atoms and
molecules
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This molecule has an obtuse angle of 107 degrees
between its ears and has been referred to as
dihydrogen monoxide. Yes, it can kill you!
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This Experiment proved that ratio of H to O in
water is 21
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At this temperature, the freezing and melting
point of water is the same
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Tomato Juice and Muddy Water are all examples of
this class of mixture.
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Milk is perfect example of this classification of
matter
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Elements and Compounds fall into what
classification of matter?
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!THE DAILY DOUBLE!
Energy transferred by Direct Contact is said to
do this
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The Chimney Box Apparatus proved this form of
heat transfer exists.
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These pictures all demonstrate heat transfer by
this means.
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Glass, air and wood highly restrict the loss of
energy, making them very good at this.
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Characterized by a significant decrease in body
core temperature, followed by uncontrollable
shaking.
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A form of radiation with very short waves,
closely related to the colors red and yellow
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Named after a famous renaissance scientist, the
liquids in these devices expands and contracts,
giving a temperature reading.
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At this temperature, all particle motion stops.
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These devices proved that heat is transferred by
this means. Hint CABINS
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Known as a radiometer, this device proved that
energy is transferred in this way.
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All of these forms of radiation come from this
source.
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This acronym is designed to help you remember the
colors of visible light
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This process is named when light rays are BENT
when passing from less dense media into more
dense media.
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This is the name of the light ray striking the
mirror and the light ray bouncing off the surface
of a mirror.
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At this angle, the surface of the pool will
appear to be a mirror for the swimmer below.
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Periscopes, lasers and shadows all prove this
undisputable fact about light.
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According to the KMT, when this suddenly occurs,
it is easy to crush an object from within.
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This type of mirror creates an upside down image
until you move inside the focus of the light rays
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Warning, objects in these kinds of mirrors are
closer than they appear
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Latin for jelly-like this portion of the eye is
responsible for giving the eye its shape
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In Latin, water-like responsible for helping
refract light rays
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Not wearing your glasses forces these to work
much harder, accounting for 60 of most headaches.
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An enriching layer of blood vessels gives this
layer its dark coloration.
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Relay center between the eyes and the occipital
lobe. It interprets vision.
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Region of the brain that give us greater
coordination
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Region of the brain automates our breathing,
respiration and digestion
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This portion of the brain accounts for our
ability to remember objects and sounds
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Area of the brain that receives visual images
from the thalamus and produces vision.
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Also known as the brain steam, this structure is
the most anterior portion of the spinal cord
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Another form of tom-foolery, this is not allowed
in the lab
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You cannot do this in the Lab
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The blue diamond refers to what type of hazard?
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A 4 in the red diamond would indicate sever
danger of this occurring.
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Indicated by the blue marker, this region of the
tongue detects a taste common to most poisions.
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The Greeks believed that these objects extend
from our eyes, feeling what we see.
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