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Jeopardy

Current

Electricity

Miscellaneous

On Electricity

Static

Electricity

Series

Circuit

Parallel

Circuit

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Final Jeopardy


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$100 Question from H1

Knowledge:

Static electricity means the electrons

are not doing what?


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$100 Answer from H1

Moving


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$200 Question from H1

Knowledge: (Medium)

The movement of what part of the atom

causes electricity and what is its charge?


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$200 Answer from H1

The part of the atom is the electron

and it is negatively charged.


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$300 Question from H1

  • Which of the following is not true:

    • The build up of charges on an object is called static electricity.

    • Static electricity moves in a path.

    • A conductor allows electrons to move through it easily.

    • An insulator does not allow electrons to move through it easily.

    • An atom usually has the same number of plus and minus charges.


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$300 Answer from H1

Which of the following is not true:

A)The build up of charges on an object is called static electricity.

B)XStatic electricity moves in a path. (does not move)

C)A conductor allows electrons to move through it easily.

D)An insulator does not allow electrons to move through it easily.

E)An atom usually has the same number of plus and minus charges.


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$400 Question from H1

Analysis: (Medium)

What is the relationship of friction in moving

clouds, induction and lightning.


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$400 Answer from H1

The movement of clouds and friction

makes static electricity and induction

is how it is released down to the earth

as lightning.


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$500 Question from H1

Synthesis:

Can you elaborate on the reason

why an insurance company would

likely not insure someone who had

been struck by lightning.


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$500 Answer from H1

Lightning causes extensive nerve and

tissue damage and thus on going health

problems for the rest of ones life.

or

If student mentions preexisting condition

and cites multiple health problems give credit.


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$100 Question from H2

Knowledge: (Medium)

A dry cell changes __________ energy

to ____________ energy.


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$100 Answer from H2

A dry cell changes chemical energy

to electrical energy.


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$200 Question from H2

Knowledge (Medium)

We call some electrical devices,

appliances. Electricians call them

__________.


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$200 Answer from H2

We call some electrical devices,

appliances. Electricians call them

loads.


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$300 Question from H2

Application:

A battery switch and bulb are connected

by wires. Explain when the circuit would be

complete and when it would be incomplete?


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$300 Answer from H2

When the switch is down and letting

electricity through it would be complete,

but when it is up and not letting

electricity through the circuit would be

incomplete.


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$400 Question from H2

Synthesis:

Can you elaborate on the reason why if

electricity flows from minus to plus.

Why would it not flow from the minus

terminal if the positive

terminal wire is not connected.


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$400 Answer from H2

Without the positive terminal the electrons

have no where to go to so they don’t move.

or

The circuit is not complete without the

positive terminal.


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$500 Question from H2

Analysis: (Medium)

Compare and contrast static in under a minute and a half electricity with current electricity.


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$500 Answer from H2

Comparison could point out that both involve

electrons and charges. That both can represent

small or large amounts of electricity and can

have same or similar sources.

Contrast could point out how one is moving

electrons and other is not.


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$100 Question from H3

Comprehension: (Easy)

Does a series circuit have only one, two

or more than two paths that it can follow?


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$100 Answer from H3

Series Circuits can have only one path.


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$200 Question from H3

Comprehension: Daily Double

In a series circuit of four lights what

happens to the third and fourth light

if the second one goes out?

For Double points what happens to the

first light.


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$200 Answer from H3

In a series circuit the third and fourth

lights go out when the second one does.

So does the first since all have to be

working in a series circuit.


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$300 Question from H3

Analysis: (Easy)

When more bulbs are added to a

series circuit explain why each would

give off less light.


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$300 Answer from H3

They are all part of the same load

in a series circuit and use the same

path of electrons to light them all.


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$400 Question from H3

Analysis: (medium)

Why are homes, factories and schools

not wired using series circuits?


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$400 Answer from H3

  • Answer should include one of the following or equivalent at teachers discretion.

  • Each appliance added would reduce

  • the electricity the other appliances got.

  • -All appliances would have to be on for any of them to work.

  • -If one appliance stopped working all would stop.


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$500 Question from H3

Application: (Hard)

Explain in a minute and a half how a battery, bulb A, bulb B, bulb C, multiple wires, and a switch would be connected to form a series circuit. (Must include which battery terminal you start from and finish at.)


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$500 Answer from H3

Wire to negative terminal of battery, then to switch. Next, wires connect to A then to B then to C and finally to positive terminal of battery.


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$100 Question from H4

Knowledge: (easy)

In a parallel circuit electrons have more than

______ paths to follow.


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$100 Answer from H4

In a parallel circuit electrons have more than

one paths to follow.


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$200 Question from H4

In a parallel circuit with two bulbs,

how many paths does the electricity

have to follow?


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$200 Answer from H4

In a parallel circuit with two bulbs,

the electricity has two paths to

follow?


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$300 Question from H4

Analysis: (Easy)

When more bulbs are added to a

parallel circuit explain why each would not give off less light.


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$300 Answer from H4

In a parallel circuit each bulb gets its

own electron flow of electrons path so

is unaffected if other bulbs are added.


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$400 Question from H4

Comprehension: (Medium)

In a parallel circuit of four lights, what happens

to the second to fourth light if the light closest

to the battery goes out?


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$400 Answer from H4

They stay on, because in parallel circuits

none of the lights share the same electron

path.


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$500 Question from H4

Application: (Hard)

Explain in a minute and a half how a battery, bulb A and B, multiple wires, and a switch would be connected to form a parallel circuit. (Must include which battery terminal you start from and finish at.)


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$500 Answer from H4

Wire to negative terminal of battery, then

to switch. Next, wires connect to A then one

wire goes to positive terminal of battery, while

second wire goes to B bulb. Finally, a wire

goes from B bulb back through A to wire

going to positive battery terminal.


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$100 Question from H5

Knowledge: (Easy)

_____________ are materials that allow

electric charges to flow through them easily.


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$100 Answer from H5

Knowledge: (Easy)

Conductors are materials that allow

electric charges to flow through them easily.


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$200 Question from H5

Knowledge: (Medium)

What is direct current?


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$200 Answer from H5

Direct current is current in which

electrons always flow in the same direction.


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$300 Question from H5

Comprehension: (Medium)

What is the difference between

Alternating and Direct current?


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$300 Answer from H5

Direct current’s electrons always flows

in the same direction.

Alternating current’s electrons change

direction at a regular rate.


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$400 Question from H5

  • Comprehension: (Medium)

  • Classify the following as

  • conductor, insulator, load, direct current.

  • Car Battery

  • Lightning Rod

  • Rubber

  • Light Bulb


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$400 Answer from H5

Classify the following as

conductor, insulator, load, direct current.

A)Car Battery –direct current

B)Lightning Rod -- conductor

C)Rubber -- insulator

D)Light Bulb -- load


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$500 Question from H5

Comprehension: (Hard)

Some appliances can use batteries or a wall outlet. What is the difference between the two power sources? What does this tell you about the current in an electric circuit?


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$500 Answer from H5

One power source is direct current and

the other is alternating current. The

electric circuit in these devices can use either.


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Final Jeopardy

Evaluation: (Medium)

Just before a lightning strike, your hair stands

up. What type of electricity is this and how is

it being transmitted into you? Is it coming

from the sky above you, the air around you or

the ground beneath you?


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Final Jeopardy Answer

It is static electricity and it is

being transmitted by conduction

from the ground beneath you.


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