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Title: Jeopardy


1
Jeopardy
Compounds Mixtures
States of Matter
Vocabulary
Elements
Atoms
Q 1
Q 6
Q 16
Q 11
Q 21
Q 2
Q 7
Q 12
Q 17
Q 22
Q 8
Q 18
Q 3
Q 13
Q 23
Q 9
Q 4
Q 14
Q 19
Q 24
Q 5
Q 15
Q 10
Q 20
Q 25
Final Jeopardy
2
Question 1
The two sub-atomic particles found in the nucleus
of an atom.
3
Answer 1
What are protons and neutrons?
4
Question 2
The only negatively charged sub-atomic particle.
It travels around the atom.
5
Answer 2
What is an electron?
6
Question 3
Two or more atoms chemically bond to form this.
7
Answer 3
What is a molecule?
8
Question 4
The center of an atom.
9
Answer 4
What is the nucleus?
10
Question 5
The atomic numbergives us this information
11
Answer 5
What are the number of protons in one atom of
an element?
12
Question 6
A molecule with more than one element.
13
Answer 6
What is a compound?
14
Question 7
Any compound that contains at least one CARBON
and one HYDROGEN atom.
15
Answer 7
What is an organic molecule?
16
Question 8
The number of elements in the following
compound C2N4O3
17
Answer 8
What is three ?
18
Question 9
The type of molecule below N2
19
Answer 9
What is the molecule of an element?
20
Question 10
The number of atoms in one molecule of the
following compound NH4.
21
Answer 10
What is 5 atoms ?
22
Question 11
When you use your 5 senses to gather information,
you are making these.
23
Answer 11
What are observations?
24
Question 12
(A) I saw your rain coat. (B) I knew it was
raining. Label each sentence as an observation
or inference.
25
Answer 12
  1. Observation
  2. Inference

26
Question 13
This type of investigation finds similarities and
differences between two or more things.
27
Answer 13
What is a Comparative Investigation?
28
Question 14
An example of this type of investigation might
be Counting the number of Golden Cheek Warblers
nesting in Hamilton Pool Preserve.
29
Answer 14
What is a Descriptive Investigation ?
30
Question 15
The best type of investigation to use to find out
why there are more Eastern Screech owls than
Western Screech owls in Austin.
31
Answer 15
What is a Comparative Investigation?
32
Question 16
These are the smallest unit of matter.
33
Answer 16
What are atoms?
34
Question 17
These are the next largest level of organization
after molecules.
35
Answer 17
What are Organelles?
36
Question 18
These are the basic building blocks of our tissue.
37
Answer 18
What is an electron ?
38
Question 19
The neutral particlefound in the nucleus .
39
Answer 19
What are cells?
40
Question 20
The first rule in this idea All living things
are made of cells.
41
Answer 20
What is cell theory?
42
Question 21
The smallest unit of a compound .
43
Answer 21
What is a molecule ?
44
Question 22
Needed to createa compound of 2 or moreatoms .
45
Answer 22
What is chemical reaction ?
46
Question 23
This a one
Cl
Cl
C
H
Cl
47
Answer 23
What is an organic compound?
48
Question 24
The number of Hydrogen atoms in CO2
49
Answer 24
What is zero?
50
Question 25
Organic compounds combine to create these in the
third level of organization.
51
Answer 25
What are Organelles?
52
Final Jeopardy
The study of life .
53
Final Jeopardy Answer
What is Biology?
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