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Welcome to …. J. E. O. P. A. R. D. Y. !. Multi-Q Introduction. Chapters 2 & 3 Review: Energy and Exchange. Skip Rules. Jeopardy R u l e s. Game Rules. Points are collected as a team. MORE RULES . M u l t i – Q R u l e s. Game Rules.

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    1. Welcome to … J E O P A R D Y ! Multi-Q Introduction Chapters 2 & 3 Review: Energy and Exchange Skip Rules

    2. Jeopardy R u l e s Game Rules Points are collected as a team. MORE RULES 

    3. M u l t i – Q R u l e s Game Rules If a question is answered correctly, the team earns those points. If a question is answered incorrectly, the team score does not change. MORE RULES 

    4. M u l t i – Q R u l e s Game Rules After the question is asked, the first team with the correct answer earns the points. GET READY TO START 

    5. Choose from the following topics You will choose questions from the following six topic areas: CLICK TO VIEW TOPIC AREAS 

    6. TOPIC 1 What do you know about… Chemistry

    7. TOPIC 2 What do you know about… Bonds

    8. TOPIC 3 What do you know about… Water & Carbon

    9. TOPIC 4 What do you know about… pH & Buffers

    10. TOPIC 5 What do you know about… Organic Compounds 1

    11. TOPIC 6 What do you know about… Organic Compounds 2

    12. MultiQ Choices FINAL QUESTION

    13. Return Whoops! Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    14. Chemistry f o r 1 0 p o i n t s … 1:10 What is the term for the building blocks of all matter? CLICK TO CHECK

    15. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:10 Answer Atoms 10 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    16. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    17. Chemistry for 2 0 p o i n t s … 1:20 Name & write the charge of the three subatomic particles. CLICK TO CHECK

    18. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:20 Answer Protons = + Electrons = - Neutrons = 0 20 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    19. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    20. Chemistry for 3 0 p o i n t s … 1:30 The Bohr diagram of Aluminum is missing something in the middle. Write the name & number of what’s missing from the diagram. CLICK TO CHECK

    21. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:30 Answer 14 neutrons 30 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    22. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    23. Chemistry for 4 0 p o i n t s … 1:40 2 Na + 2 H2O  2 NaOH + 1 H2 In the above equation, there are ___ different elements, ___ different molecules, & ___ different compounds. CLICK TO CHECK

    24. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:40 Answer 3 elements 3 molecules 2 compounds 40 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    25. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    26. Chemistry for 5 0 p o i n t s … 1:50 Name the 6 elements that make up the majority of living things. CLICK TO CHECK

    27. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 1:50 Answer Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, & Sulfur 50 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    28. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    29. 2:10 Bonds f o r 1 0 p o i n t s … When Na+1 combines with Cl-1, a ___ bond is formed. CLICK TO CHECK

    30. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:10 Answer ionic 10 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    31. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    32. 2:20 Bonds f o r 2 0 p o i n t s … What is true about the electrons involved in a covalent bond? CLICK TO CHECK

    33. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:20 Answer Electrons are shared between atoms. 20 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    34. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    35. 2:30 Bonds f o r 3 0 p o i n t s … Describe where hydrogen bonds form in a sample of water. CLICK TO CHECK

    36. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:30 Answer The hydrogen on one molecules bonds to the oxygen on a different molecule. 30 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    37. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    38. 2:40 Bonds f o r 4 0 p o i n t s … Describe where peptide bonds form between. CLICK TO CHECK

    39. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:40 Answer The N in an amino group on one amino acid with the C from the carboxyl group of a different amino acid. 40 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    40. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    41. 2:50 Bonds f o r 5 0 p o i n t s … Draw a Lewis dot structure for HCN. CLICK TO CHECK

    42. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 2:50 Answer H – C Ξ N: 50 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    43. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    44. 3:10 Water & Carbon for 10 points … What term described water molecules being attracted to other water molecules? CLICK TO CHECK

    45. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 3:10 Answer Cohesion 10 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    46. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    47. 3:20 Water & Carbon for 20 points… What term or phrase describes water’s ability to travel up a small tube against gravity? CLICK TO CHECK

    48. T h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r i s … 3:20 Answer Capillary Action 20 CLICK TO PLAY AGAIN

    49. Return Click here to return to the Multi-Q Game Board

    50. 3:30 Water & Carbon for 30 points… If you are outside on a hot day, your body cools off by sweating. What characteristic of water is this an example of? CLICK TO CHECK