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  1. THIS IS Jeopardy

  2. Your With Hosts... Mr. Hsiao and Ms. Thompson

  3. Jeopardy Earth’s Interior Seismic Waves More Seismic Earthquake Destruction Faults Earthquake 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

  4. How many layers does the Earth’s interior have? A 100

  5. What is 4? A 100

  6. What is the name of the layer of the Earth’s interior that comprised of liquid iron? A 200

  7. What is the OUTER CORE? A 200

  8. What is the name of the outer most layer of the Earth? A 300

  9. What is the CRUST? A 300

  10. Greek, meaning “without strength” A 400

  11. What is the ASTHENOSPHERE? A 400

  12. Name the components of the lithosphere A 500

  13. What are the CRUST and UPPER MOST PART OF THE MANTLE? A 500

  14. The three major seismic waves B 100

  15. What are the PRIMARY, SECONDARY, and SURFACE WAVES B 100

  16. Originates at the focus B 200

  17. What are the PRIMARY and SECONDARY WAVES? B 200

  18. The fastest moving seismic wave B 300

  19. What is the PRIMARY WAVE? B 300

  20. Cause the most damage B 400

  21. What is the SURFACE WAVE? B 400

  22. Does not travel through liquid B 500

  23. What are SECONDARY WAVES? B 500

  24. Define Fault C 100

  25. What is THE SURFACE ALONG WHICH ROCKS BREAK AND MOVE? C 100

  26. The point where rocks cannot bend anymore C 200

  27. What is the ELASTIC LIMIT? C 200

  28. Fault created from compressional force C 300

  29. What is a REVERSE FAULT? C 300

  30. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager C 400

  31. The San Andreas is one C 400

  32. What is a strike-slip fault C 400

  33. The force behind a normal fault C 500

  34. What is a TENSION FORCE? C 500

  35. The point beneath the surface where the energy release occurs D 100

  36. What is the FOCUS? D 100

  37. Scientists who study earthquakes and seismic waves D 200

  38. Who are SEISMOLOGISTS? D 200

  39. Point on the Earth’s surface directly above an earthquake’s focus D 300

  40. What is the EPICENTER? D 300

  41. State with the most earthquake’s each year D 400

  42. What is ALASKA? D 400

  43. Famous Quake of 1906 D 500

  44. What is the San Francisco Quake? D 500

  45. Difference in arrival time between primary and secondary waves help scientists locate this E 100

  46. What is the EPICENTER? E 100

  47. Number of seismograph station readings needed to locate an earthquake epicenter E 200

  48. What is 3? E 200

  49. Zone where no seismic waves reach E 300