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JEOPARDY!. Click Once to Begin. A game show template. JEOPARDY!. Definitions 1. Defininitions2. Multiple Choice 1. Multiple Choice 2. T/F. Miscellaneous. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400.

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  1. JEOPARDY! Click Once to Begin A game show template

  2. JEOPARDY! Definitions 1 Defininitions2 Multiple Choice 1 Multiple Choice 2 T/F Miscellaneous 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

  3. A basic device that can change the amount or the direction of force, or both at once is a ___________.

  4. ___________ results when a force produces a movement in the direction of the force.

  5. Two inclined planes back-to-back form a:____________

  6. A simple machine made up of a bar and a fulcrum is a ______________

  7. A _____________ is made up of an inclined plane wrapped around a pole.

  8. To raise a heavy load, you could use a system made up of one fixed ___________ and several moveable ones.

  9. The part of a lever around which the bar moves is the_____________.

  10. A large wheel connected to a smaller wheel is a ____________.

  11. _______________ is the force that is put into a simple machine.

  12. A flat surface that has one end higher than the other is a/an ______________.

  13. In a lever, the force that is used to move the bar is called the:A. effort forceB. resulting forceC. fulcrumD. machine

  14. A wheelbarrow is a:A. wheel and axleB. leverC. pulleyD. screw

  15. When you push or pull a lever you put a force, called the ______________ on one side of the bar.A. resulting forceB. workC. effort forceD. efficiency

  16. When you turn a doorknob, you are using:A. a wheel and axleB. a pulleyC. a fulcrumD. an inclined plane

  17. A simple machine always:A. doubles lifting forceB. moves around a fixed pointC. moves an object in the same directionD. changes the size or direction of a force

  18. When you use a lever to open a can of paint, the outer rim of the can is the:A. fulcrumB. resulting forceC. effort forceD. wedge

  19. A fixed pulley is similar to a class one lever because it:A. changes the size of the effort forceB. changes the weight of the effort forceC. changes the position of its fulcrumD. changes the direction of the effort force

  20. A wheel and axle increases the:A. resulting forceB. fulcrumC. effort forceD. friction

  21. A wedge:A. reduces resulting forceB. decreases total workC. pushes things apartD. pulls objects

  22. ____________ is how well a machine changes effort into useful force.A. workB. efficiencyC. simple machineD. effort force

  23. The main difference between a wedge and an inclined plane is how they are used

  24. For a screw: the long ramp of the inclined plane is wrapped into a space that is a different height as the inclined plane but has almost no width.

  25. A screw is like an inclined plane because it requires a longer movement but it makes a larger resulting force.

  26. An inclined plane increases the amount of force needed to raise or lower an object to a given height.

  27. A wheel and axle makes your effort force into a larger resulting force.

  28. The top of the broom is the:A. effort forceB. fulcrumC. resulting forceD. simple machine

  29. The bottom of the broom is the:A. effort forceB. resulting force C. simple machineD. fulcrum

  30. The boys arm is the:A. effort forceB. resulting forceC. fulcrumD. simple machine

  31. How is a seesaw an example of a definition of work?HINT: tell what happens on a seesaw that shows it is work

  32. How is a screw like an inclined plane?

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