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Ch. 3 Motion & Forces. Jeopardy Review. Round 1. Round 2. Need for Speed – 10 points. Scientific unit for speed m/s. Next Question. Need for Speed – 20 points. The two factors that determine speed. Distance & time. Next Question. Need for Speed – 30 points.

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ch 3 motion forces

Ch. 3 Motion & Forces

Jeopardy Review

round 1
Round 1

Round 2

need for speed 10 points
Need for Speed – 10 points
  • Scientific unit for speed
  • m/s

Next Question

need for speed 20 points
Need for Speed – 20 points
  • The two factors that determine speed.
  • Distance & time

Next Question

need for speed 30 points
Need for Speed – 30 points
  • Speed in a particular direction.
  • Velocity

Next Question

need for speed 40 points
Need for Speed – 40 points
  • Formula for calculating average speed.
  • Distance traveled divided by time it took (d/t)

Next Question

need for speed 50 points
Need for Speed– 50 points
  • The factor placed on the y-axis when graphing speed.
  • Distance [time is on the x-axis]

Next Question

the force be with you 10 points
The Force Be With You – 10 points
  • Forces that cause no change in speed or direction.
  • Balanced

Next Question

the force be with you 20 points
The Force Be With You – 20 points
  • Forces that cause a change in speed, direction, or both.
  • Unbalanced

Next Question

the force be with you 30 points
The Force Be With You – 30 points
  • The scientific unit of force.
  • Newton

Next Question

the force be with you 40 points
The Force Be With You – 40 points
  • The combination of all the forces acting on an object.
  • Net force

Next Question

the force be with you 50 points
The Force Be With You – 50 points
  • The net force on a rope when one dog pulls with a force of 20 N east and another dog pulls with a force of 12 N west.
  • 8 N east

Next Question

rub a dub dub 10 points
Rub A Dub Dub – 10 points
  • A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in contact.
  • Friction

Next Question

rub a dub dub 20 points
Rub A Dub Dub – 20 points
  • Name 2 types of friction that can occur due to motion of one or more objects.
  • Sliding, rolling, fluid friction (these are all examples of kinetic friction)

Next Question

rub a dub dub 30 points
Rub A Dub Dub – 30 points
  • Friction that occurs between two objects that are not moving.
  • Static Friction

Next Question

rub a dub dub 40 points
Rub A Dub Dub – 40 points
  • State one way you could decrease friction in a car’s engine.
  • Lubricant—oil, grease

Next Question

rub a dub dub 50 points
Rub A Dub Dub – 50 points
  • The two factors that determine how much friction exists between two objects.
  • Force (how hard you push) & Roughness of the surfaces

Next Question

a matter of gravity 10 points
A Matter of Gravity – 10 points
  • A measure of the force of gravity on an object.
  • Weight

Next Question

a matter of gravity 20 points
A Matter of Gravity – 20 points
  • The scientific unit used to measure weight.
  • Newton (a measure of a force—gravity!)

Next Question

a matter of gravity 30 points
A Matter of Gravity – 30 points
  • Gravity ___________as distance between two objects increases.
  • Decreases

Next Question

a matter of gravity 40 points
A Matter of Gravity– 40 points
  • Calculate the acceleration of a roller coaster that goes from a speed of 0 m/s to 8 m/s in 8 seconds.
  • 1 m/s2

Show Work: [8m/s – 0m/s]/8 s= 1 m/s2

Next Question

a matter of gravity 50 points
A Matter of Gravity– 50 points
  • Gravity ____________as the mass of the objects increases.
  • Increases

Next Question

newton rules 10 points
Newton Rules – 10 points
  • The force that causes the speed of a falling object to slow down.
  • Air resistance

Next Question

newton rules 20 points
Newton Rules – 20 points
  • Assuming no air resistance, which will hit the ground first: a shot put or a soft ball dropped at the same time from the top of the school building?
  • They will hit at the same time.

Next Question

newton rules 30 points
Newton Rules– 30 points
  • When force increases, acceleration ___________.
  • Increases

Next Question

newton rules 40 points
Newton Rules – 40 points
  • When mass increases, acceleration _____________.
  • decreases

Next Question

newton rules 50 points
Newton Rules– 50 points
  • The tendency of an object to remain “as is” (whether at rest or in motion).
  • Inertia

Next Question

round 2
Round 2

Final Jeopardy

category 6 20 points
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final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

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final jeopardy1
Final Jeopardy
  • Whose theory did Newton prove correct when he developed The Law of Universal Gravitation?
  • Galileo’s