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  1. Jeopardy Earth & Space Nature of Science Life Science Properties of Matter Force & Motion Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

  2. $100 Nature of Science Graduated cylinder Fire extinguisher Eye-wash station First Aid Kit When asked to identify the one concept that does not belong in the group above, a student selected graduated cylinder. The student most likely picked graduated cylinder because it is not – A a tool to be use in a lab investigation B used to put out accidental fires C a piece a lab safety equipment D made out of chemical elements

  3. $100 Answer Nature of Science C a piece of lab safety equipment

  4. $200 Question Nature of Science After reading the liquid level in the graduated cylinder above, what must a student determine to calculate the density of the liquid? A color B boiling point C temperature D mass

  5. $200 Answer Nature of Science D Mass

  6. $300 Question Nature of Science The graph was included in a family’s electric bill and shows the amount of electricity used over 12 months. The family uses electricity for both heating and cooling. Based on the information in the graph, which of the following probably best describes the climate where the family lives? A mild winters and mild summers B cold winters and mild summers C mild winters and hot summers D cold winters and hot summers

  7. $300 Answer Nature of Science B cold winters and mild summers

  8. $400 Question Nature of Science An equal amount of calcium chloride is added to each of the four beakers of water shown below. After the CaCl2 dissolves, the temperature change in each jar is recorded in the table. Which of theses statements is supported by the results of the investigation? A As the amount of water increases, the change in temperature increases B As the amount of water decreases, the change in temperature increases C As the amount of CaCl2 increases, the change in temperature decreases D As the amount of CaCl2 decreases, the temperature stays the same

  9. $400 Answer Nature of Science B As the amount of water decreases, the change in temperature increases

  10. $500 Question Nature of Science An equal amount of calcium chloride is added to each of the four beakers of water shown below. After the CaCl2 dissolves, the temperature change in each jar is recorded in the table. The independent variable tested in the investigation is the – A amount of CaCl2 B ending temperature C original temperature D amount of water

  11. $500 Answer Nature of Science D amount of water

  12. $100 Question Life Science In the food web above, which of the following organisms transfer the largest total amount of energy to other organism? A phytoplankton B seabirds C fish D krill

  13. $100 Answer Life Science A phytoplankton

  14. $200 Question Life Science Areas that receive little rainfall and have extreme high and low temperatures will most likely have organisms that – A are adapted for aquatic environments B conserve water C migrate seasonally D are active only during the daytime

  15. $200 Answer Life Science B Conserve Water

  16. $300 Question Life Science Glucose molecules contain stored energy for plants. Glucose is made from carbon dioxide and water molecules during photosynthesis. What kind of energy do plants use to create glucose molecules? A electrical B kinetic C radiant D mechanical

  17. $300 Answer Life Science C Radiant

  18. $400 Question Life Science In a plant species, purple flowers are dominant and white flowers are recessive. If one plant that is heterozygous is bred with another plant that is homozygous recessive, what percent of the offspring should be predicted to have purple flowers? A 25% B 50% C 75% D 100%

  19. $400 Answer Life Science B 50%

  20. $500 Question Life Science Insulin is a hormone that reduces the concentration of sugar in the blood. It is part of the body’s blood sugar level feedback mechanism. Because insulin is part of a feedback mechanism, which is most likely true? A The body makes a different hormone that raises the concentrations of blood sugar B The body makes a different hormone that has the same function as insulin C When the blood has insufficient sugar, tissues can use insulin for chemical energy instead D Chemical reactions in the blood gradually convert insulin into sugar

  21. $500 Answer Life Science A The body makes a different hormone that raises the concentration of blood sugar

  22. $100 Question Properties of Matter A boron atom is made of – A 5 protons, 5 neutrons, 5 electrons B 5 protons, 6 neutrons, 11 electrons C 5 protons, 6 neutrons, 6 electrons D 5 protons, 6 neutrons, 5 electrons

  23. $100 Answer Properties of Matter D 5 protons, 6 neutrons, 5 electrons

  24. $200 Question Properties of Matter Which of the statements below is true about and atom of chromium? A it has more protons than electrons B it has fewer particles than an atom of iron C it has an atomic number of 51.996 D it has more electrons than neutrons

  25. $200 Answer Properties of Matter B has fewer parts than an atom of iron

  26. $300 Question Properties of Matter C (solid) + O2 (gas) CO2 (gas) The equation above shows the chemical reaction for burning coal. Which of following best explains the reaction represented by this equation? A carbon dioxide gas breaks down into solid carbon and oxygen gas B Solid carbon reacts with oxygen gas to produce carbon dioxide gas C Solid carbon, oxygen gas, and carbon dioxide gas react to from products D Oxygen gas heats solid carbon, melting the carbon into a liquid

  27. $300 Answer Properties of Matter B solid carbon reacts with oxygen gas to produce carbon dioxide gas

  28. $400 Question Properties of Matter Which element on the Periodic Table has physical properties most similar to properties of chlorine? A sodium B sulfur C flourine D argon

  29. $400 Answer Properties of Matter C flourine

  30. $500 Question Properties of Matter Which element is LEAST likely to chemically react with any other element? A rubidium B zinc C selenium D krypton

  31. $500 Answer Properties of Matter D krypton

  32. $100 Question Force and Motion The graph shows the speed of a car traveling east of a 12-second period on a flat surface. In the first six seconds shown on the graph, the car is – A increasing speed B changing direction C heading northeast D gaining potential energy

  33. $100 Answer Force and Motion A increasing its speed

  34. $200 Question Force and Motion The diagram shows a generator powered by a water turbine. Water turns through The turbine blades and turns the shaft. The turning shaft then powers a generator. What energy conversion takes place in the water turbine generator? A electrical energy is converted to mechanical energy B solar energy is converted to thermal energy C thermal energy is converted to electrical energy D kinetic energy is converted to electrical energy

  35. $200 Answer Force and Motion D kinetic energy is converted to electrical energy

  36. $300 Question Force and Motion Heart muscles contract and relax. What is the most important effect of this action on the human body? A blood pushed through vessels B the heart beats rhythmically C The heart gets needed exercise D Energy is generated for other organisms

  37. $300 Answer Force & Motion A Blood is pushed through vessels

  38. $400 Question Force and Motion Electromagnetic waves must be used fro us to communicate with artificial satellites orbiting Earth in space. Which property of electromagnetic waves makes them well suited to this application? A They can pass through a vacuum B They have a large amplitude C They have no travel time between points D They can pass through all solid materials

  39. $400 Answer Force and Motion A They can pass through a medium

  40. $500 Question Force and Motion A westward force is the only force acting on a metal cube. If a Northward force starts acting on it at time A, how will its path of motion change? A B C D

  41. $500 Answer Force and Motion B

  42. $100 Question Earth & Space Over millions of years the shape of the Earth’s surface can Change from rugged mountains to low hills to flat plains. These changes are most likely caused by – A folding and faulting B volcanoes and earthquakes C movement of the Earth’s plates D weathering and erosion

  43. $100 Answer Earth & Space D weathering and erosion

  44. $200 Question Earth & Space Which of these happens as the Moon travels from position 3 to position 4? A less of the Moon’s surface receives sunlight B more of the Moon’s surface can be seen from Earth C more of the Moon’s surface receives sunlight D less of the Moon’s surface can be seen from Earth

  45. $200 Answer Earth & Space D less of the Moon’s surface can be seen from Earth

  46. $300 Question Earth & Space Which of these sequences the stars from latest to greatest in magnitude? A Sirius B, Capella, Spica, Denab B Capella, Sirius B, Denab, Spica C Sirius B, Spica, Capella, Denab D Cappella, Denab, Sirius B, Spica

  47. $300 Answer Earth & Space A Sirius B, Capella, Spica, Denab

  48. $400 Question Earth & Space California is know for its mild weather all year around, with cool Temperatures in the summer and warm temperatures in the winter. What weather phenomenon contributes to California’s mild weather? A direct sunlight all year around B the continental tropical air mass C water currents D low relative humidity

  49. $400 Answer Earth & Space C water currents

  50. $500 Question Earth & Space A farmer tilled his land with a new bacteria killing solvent to protect his crops from bacterial infections, but his crops were small and weak and nitrogen-deficient. Using your knowledge of cycles, what MOST likely happened when the farmer used the new solvent? A The solvent blocked oxygen from getting to the root. B The solvent killed the nitrogen-fixing bacteria. C The solvent dried out the soil around the plants’ roots. D The solvent decomposed organic material faster.