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Title: Jeopardy


1
Jeopardy
The Rock Cycle
Minerals
Rocks
Weathering
Erosion
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Q 500
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Final Jeopardy
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100 Question from Minerals
Minerals are the building blocks of this
substance.
3
100 Answer from Minerals
Rocks! Rocks are made up of different kinds of
minerals.
4
200 Question from Minerals
This property describes how resistant a mineral
is to being scratched.
5
200 Answer from Minerals
Hardness!
6
300 Question from Minerals
This property of minerals describes how a
mineral will split into smaller pieces.
7
300 Answer from Minerals
Cleavage
8
400 Question from Minerals
Minerals are formed when ________
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400 Answer from Minerals
When magma from the Earths mantle cools or when
a saturated solution Evaporates leaving behind
crystals.
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500 Question from Minerals
If two mineral samples are the same type of
mineral, but have different crystal sizes, what
could this tell us?
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500 Answer from Minerals
One sample cooled slower than the other and so,
had more time to grow.
12
100 Question from Rocks
There are this many types of rocks.
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100 Answer from Rocks
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200 Question from Rocks
These are the three types of rocks
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200 Answer from Rocks
Sedimentary Igneous Metamorphic
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300 Question from Rocks
This is how igneous rocks are formed.
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300 Answer from Rocks
Igneous rocks form when magma from the Earths
crust cools and hardens to create rock.
18
400 Question from Rocks
These are the two type of igneous rocks.
19
400 Answer from Rocks
Intrusive Extrusive
20
500 Question from Rocks
This type of rock forms when layers of sediment
pile up and are pushed together by pressure and
harden to create rock.
21
500 Answer from Rocks
Sedimentary Rock
22
100 Question from The Rock Cycle
What is the rock cycle?
23
100 Answer from The Rock Cycle
The rock cycle is the ability of rocks to change
from its type to the other two when conditions
are favorable.
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200 Question from The Rock Cycle
What type(s) of rocks can a sedimentary rock
become?
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200 Answer from The Rock Cycle
Igneous Metamorphic
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300 Question from The Rock Cycle
If I have an igneous rock and it is weathered
and eroded, what kind of rock may this become?
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300 Answer from The Rock Cycle
Sedimentary
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400 Question from The Rock Cycle
How do metamorphic and sedimentary rocks become
igneous rocks?
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400 Answer from The Rock Cycle
They melt and become magma. The magma then will
cool and harden to form rock.
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500 Question from The Rock Cycle
If I start with a sedimentary rock, what steps
would I have to go through to first make an
igneous rock and then a metamorphic rock?
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500 Answer from The Rock Cycle
Step 1 The sedimentary rock must be melted and
form magma. Then this magma must cool and harden
to create an igneous rock. Step 2 The new
igneous rock must be subjected to high amounts of
heat and pressure which will change the minerals
in the rock which changes the type of rock.
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100 Question from Weathering
What is weathering?
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100 Answer from Weathering
Weathering is the process of breaking down rocks
into smaller pieces.
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200 Question from Weathering
Potholes are an excellent example of this kind of
weathering.
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200 Answer from Weathering
Mechanical Weathering
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300 Question from Weathering
Biological weathering is due to
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300 Answer from Weathering
Living things. Such as plants, trees, etc.
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400 Question from Weathering
An example of chemical weathering is
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400 Answer from Weathering
Acid rain or Water can dissolve some
minerals in rocks that will weaken the rock.
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500 Question from Weathering
Weathering can form this kind of rock.
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500 Answer from Weathering
Sedimentary
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100 Question from Erosion
What is erosion?
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100 Answer from Erosion
The transportation of weathered material.
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200 Question from Erosion
How can erosion occur by water?
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200 Answer from Erosion
Water currents and waves are strong and able to
push materials around. Particles are carried
through the water.
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300 Question from Erosion
Glaciers are an example of this kind of erosion.
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300 Answer from Erosion
Erosion by ice.
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400 Question from Erosion
Sandblasting is an example of this kind of
erosion.
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400 Answer from Erosion
Erosion by wind.
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500 Question from Erosion
Erosion by wind, ice, and water works together
with this type of weathering to create cool
features such as Hopewell Rocks.
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500 Answer from Erosion
Mechanical Weathering
52
Final Jeopardy
How are minerals, rocks, weathering and erosion
all connected?
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Final Jeopardy Answer
Minerals form rocks, rocks are then weathered
and eroded away.
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