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  1. Jeopardy Formulas Definitions More Definitions Even More Take Your Chances $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Final Jeopardy

  2. p= m x v What is the formula to find momentum? 1 - $100

  3. 1 - $200 • It’s all about the distance and direction from where you started to where you finished. • What displacement?

  4. 1 - $300 • Distance divided by time • What is the formula to find average speed?

  5. 1 - $400 • Displacement divided by time…name it and include what ALWAYS goes with this answer…think tornado!!! • What is the formula used to find average velocity and ALWAYS include DIRECTION wit the answer. Velocity gives you SPEED AND DIRECTION !!

  6. 1 - $500 • V2 – V1 divided by time. • What is the formula used to find average acceleration?

  7. 2 - $100 • The ability to cause change • What is energy

  8. 2 - $200 • Matter in motion • What is kinetic energy?

  9. 2 - $300 • Energy can’t be destroyed or created…it’s just transformed from one form to another. • What is conservation of energy?

  10. 2 - $400 • This person discovered energy cannot be created or destroyed and ALWAYS has to equal 100% in any reaction involving energy • Who is Joule?

  11. 2 - $500 • The energy an object could change to kinetic energy if it falls due to gravitational pull. • What is GPE? Gravitational Potential Energy.

  12. 3 - $100 • “If no outside forces act on a group of objects. The momentum of the whole group will never change.” • What is the LAW of conservation of momentum?

  13. 3 - $200 • Sir Isaac Newton called this the product of mass and velocity. • What is momentum?

  14. 3 - $300 • Galileo Galilei used this term, to describe how easy or difficult it is to change an objects motion that naturally wants to stay at rest or stay in motion. • What is inertia?

  15. 3 - $400 • A quantity of matter is measured as this. • What is mass?

  16. 3 - $500 • Explain how you know you are moving when you are in your car on the highway • You have to pick a reference point to compare your motion.

  17. 4 - $100 • The rate of change of position is what this is called. How fast an object is going at one particular point in time. • What is speed?

  18. 4 - $200 • Thomas drives from Champion, Ohio to Tampa, Florida and lives there for the rest of his life. What is this an example of? • What is displacement?

  19. 4 - $300 • The rate of change of displacement. • What is velocity?

  20. 4 - $400 • You are walking at a pace of 3m/s in the opposite direction of a box car traveling at a speed of 12m/s. Give your relative motion. • What is 9m/s backwards.

  21. 4 - $500 • The rate of change of velocity. • What is acceleration?

  22. 5 - $100 • A boulder has rolled down a cliff and is at rest on a flat surface. What is it’s GPE? Be specific in your answer • What is, the boulder has a GPE of zero because the force of gravity does not have the potential to make the boulder fall any more than it has UNLESS…it has landed on the edge of a cliff!!

  23. 5 - $200 • This is the location where GPE is at its highest. • What is at the edge or top of any situation where the object in question has the opportunity to fall.

  24. 5 - $300 • This is the location KE has the greatest influence in an object that is falling. • What is just before the object experiences impact?

  25. 5 - $400 • When an object accelerates, what can it do? • A-speed up • B-slow down • C-change direction • What is all of the above?

  26. 5 - $500 • This is the smallest particle known to man at this point in time. • What is a quark?

  27. Final Jeopardy • You are seated in a train that is stopped at a station. Use two different reference points to explain that the train can appear to be moving and NOT moving.