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Final Jeopardy
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Science in Your Life
A career that uses science to design, create
and work with technology is…
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Science in Your Life
Engineer
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Science in Your Life
What includes all the inventions and
techniques that humans have developed
by applying science?
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Science in Your Life
Technology
$300 Question from Physical
Science in Your Life
Describe two ways that physics or
chemistry affect your life
$300 Answer from Physical
Science in Your Life
Physics: anything that deals with movement
Chemistry: anything that deals with
What things are made of
$400 Question from Physical
Science in Your Life
Name a technology and describe
how it makes life easier for people
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Science in Your Life
Answers May Vary –
Teacher Discretion Applies
$500 Question from Physical
Science in Your Life
Physical science applies to mechanical
inventions such as a car but not to
living creatures.
Is this true or false and why?
$500 Answer from Physical
Science in Your Life
False – Physical science applies to
everything. Even living organisms
follow the rules of physics and chemistry.
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Describing the Physical World
Which is bigger?
A hectometer or a decameter?
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Describing the Physical World
A hectometer
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Describing the Physical World
350 centimeters is the same
as how many meters?
$200 Answer from
Describing the Physical World
3.5 meters
$300 Question from
Describing the Physical World
The height of an average adult person
is closest to:
1 meter
1.8 meters
5.6 meters
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Describing the Physical World
1. 8 meters
$400 Question from
Describing the Physical World
What is a time interval?
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Describing the Physical World
The amount of time from start to stop –
a chunk of time
$500 Question from
Describing the Physical World
Arrange the following from
shortest to longest:
160 seconds
2 minutes
1 minute 50 seconds
$500 Answer from
Describing the Physical World
1 minute 50 seconds = 110 seconds
2 minutes = 120 seconds
160 seconds
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Energy Matter and Change
What is the stored ability to
create forces and rearrange matter?
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Energy Matter and Change
Energy
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Energy Matter and Change
What is the source of nearly all energy used
by living things and by technology?
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Energy Matter and Change
The sun
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Energy Matter and Change
What is a fossil fuel?
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Energy Matter and Change
Energy from the sun that was
buried and stored millions
of years ago. It can be turned into
products that make machines move.
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Energy Matter and Change
How does energy move?
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Energy Matter and Change
It can change forms (like sunlight to
chemical to muscles).
It can also change in speed,
in temperature, or in height.
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Energy Matter and Change
The same force is applied to a ping pong ball
and a bowling ball. Both balls are free to roll
along a level floor. Describe the differences
between the motion of the two balls.
$500 Answer from
Energy Matter and Change
The mass of the bowling ball is greater,
so the bowling ball will roll a farther distance
than the ping pong ball.
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Inquiry and the Scientific Method
Learning by asking questions is called…
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Inquiry and the Scientific Method
Inquiry
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Inquiry and the Scientific Method
Rules that describe the behavior of things
in the universe are called…
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Inquiry and the Scientific Method
Natural Laws
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Inquiry and the Scientific Method
A preliminary explanation that can be
tested and compared to scientific
evidence is called…
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Inquiry and the Scientific Method
A hypothesis
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Inquiry and the Scientific Method
A factor that could influence the outcome
of an experiment is called…
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Inquiry and the Scientific Method
A Variable
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Inquiry and the Scientific Method
You and your lab partners are investigating
how the speed of a cart rolling down a
ramp is affected by the height of the ramp.
You calculate the speed of the cart at the bottom
of the ramp for five different ramp heights and
find that the speed is different for each height.
Name the experimental (independent) variable.
Name a possible control variable.
$500 Answer from
Inquiry and the Scientific Method
Experimental Variable = Ramp Height
Possible Control Variables =
Mass of cart
Flatness of ramp
How you drop the cart
Position of Photogates (if used)
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Distance Time and Speed
What is the total distance of a trip
divided by the total time it takes
to go the distance?
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Distance Time and Speed
Average Speed
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Distance Time and Speed
What is a speed that stays the same?
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Distance Time and Speed
Constant Speed
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Distance Time and Speed
It takes Brooke 10 minutes to run 1 kilometer.
What is her speed in km per minute?
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Distance Time and Speed
.1 km/minute
$400 Question from
Distance Time and Speed
Calculate the average speed in km/hr
of a car that travels 280 km in 4 hours.
$400 Answer from
Distance Time and Speed
70 km/hr
$500 Question from
Distance Time and Speed
You ride your bike at an average
speed of 15 km/hr for 2 hours.
How far did you go?
$500 Answer from
Distance Time and Speed
30 km
Final Jeopardy
Name at least 5 parts of a graph and then
explain how to extrapolate using the graph
Final Jeopardy Answer
Graph Parts = Title, X Axis, Y Axis,
Number Scale, Key, Data Points
Extrapolate = Using the line of best fit
to predict data that you didn’t actually
collect

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