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Title: Welcome to Jeopardy!


1
Welcome to Jeopardy!
  • Water sources and uses
  • With your favorite host Ms. Ings!

2
Which of the following is a direct use of water?
  • A. Water used to make a coffee filter
  • B. Water used to grow coffee grinds
  • C. Water used in the factory to create the metal
    coffee can
  • D. Water used when its added to the coffee pot

3
Explain why it might be possible that a molecule
of water that you drank today was once swallowed
by a dinosaur.
  • Fill in the blank.

4
Grey water can be used for.
  • A. Cleaning Dishes
  • B. Boiling Pasta
  • C. Showering
  • D. Washing your Car

5
What did the electrical conductivity exploration
test for?
  • A. Odor
  • B. Ions
  • C. Color
  • D. Solutes

6
Why are we not pumping distilled water out of our
faucets in our homes?
  • List 2 reasons

7
If I had 40ml left of pure water and I started
out with 160, what is my percent recovery?
  • A. 50
  • B. 25
  • C. 145
  • D. Not enough information

8
Which steps from your foul-water laboratory were
more likely to occur with run-off?
  • A. Distillation
  • B. Charcoal Filtration
  • C. Oil Water Separation
  • D. Sand-Gravel Filtration

9
What is meant to purify water?
10
Where is the majority of the worlds water found?
  • A. the ocean
  • B. the ice caps
  • C. rivers and lakes
  • D. water vapor

11
What is the difference between an aquifer and
ground water?
  • A. Ground water is typically below an aquifer
  • B. There really is no difference.
  • C. Water in an aquifer is found in rocks.
  • D. Ground water is typically found in only rural
    areas.

12
What step(s) have been completed of the water
filtration lab? List all that apply.
Color Pale yellow
Solids Present
Odor Fishy
Oil and Floating Debris None
  1. Distillation
  2. Charcoal Filtration
  3. Oil Water Separation
  4. Sand Filtration

13
Why is water purposely left in the flask at the
end of distillation?
  • Explain!

14
Which source of water has the highest purity?
  • A. Oceans
  • B. Lakes
  • C. Glaciers and Ice Caps
  • D. Rivers

15
Which of the following is not an example of
surface water?
  • A. Water from a well
  • B. Water from a reservoir
  • C. Water from Snakehill River
  • D. Distilled water from the ocean

16
The process in which water goes from a gas to a
liquid in the hydrologic water cycle is
  • A. Transpiration
  • B. Precipitation
  • C. Condensation
  • D. Evaporation

17
List one indirect use of water when cooking pasta?
18
The Tyndall Effect tests for.
  • A. Oil
  • B. Ions
  • C. Large particles
  • D. Solutes

19
This part of the water cycle is called.
  • A. Transpiration
  • B. Precipitation
  • C. Condensation
  • D. Evaporation

20
Explain why the class average was higher than the
national average for water use.
21
Where is the majority of water used in the East?
  • A. Agriculture/Irrigation
  • B. Mining
  • C. Steam/Electric
  • D. Domestic

22
Rank the following locations in order of greatest
to least total water abundance on Earth.
  • A. Oceans, Rivers/Lakes, Glaciers, Water Vapor
  • B. Oceans, Glaciers, Rivers/Lakes, Water Vapor
  • C. Oceans, Water Vapor, Glaciers, Rivers/Lakes
  • D. Rivers/Lakes, Oceans, Water Vapor, Glaciers
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