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  1. Physics JEOPARDY! When ready, please click to begin the game! View Credits CLICK SCREEN TO CONTINUE >

  2. Kinematics by Graphical means JEOPARDY! Definitions Potential and fields Circuits Electrostatics Phamous Physicists 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 Final Jeopardy View Credits

  3. 100 The force per unit charge exerted on a positive test charge. Find out the answer…

  4. 100 What is, “electric field strength?”

  5. You may consult with your group to choose how much to wager before you answer the question. If you do not have any money to wager you may choose up to 500. No help answering from your group allowed. 200 Daily Double!!! This unit is defined in terms of the force between two long current carrying wires. Find out the answer…

  6. 200 What is, “Ampere?”

  7. 300 The energy gained by an electron when it moves through a potential difference of 1 V. Find out the answer…

  8. 300 What is, “the definition of the electron volt?”

  9. 400 The work done per unit charge to move a small positive charge between two points. Find out the answer…

  10. 400 What is “electric potential difference?”accept also: electric potential energy or electric potential

  11. 100 If there is a force of 5.0x10-12 N acting to the left on an electron, the this is the electric field strength AND DIRECTION at the electron. Find out the answer…

  12. 100 What is 3.1x107 NC-1to the right?

  13. 200 Shown are lines of electric field. This is the point with the greatest electric field strength. Find out the answer…

  14. 200 What is C?

  15. 300 This is the electric field inside any conductor. Find out the answer…

  16. 300 What is 0 NC-1?

  17. 400 You would do this operation to go from Electric field to Potential in a problem. Find out the answer…

  18. 400 What is multiply by a radius (or distance)?

  19. 100 A current of 2.5A flows through a resistor of 10Ω. This is the voltage drop across the resistor. Find out the answer…

  20. 100 What is 25V?

  21. 200 This is the resistance of a copper wire 5m long and 0.05m radius.ρcu= 1.72x10-8Ωm-1 Find out the answer…

  22. 200 What is 1x10-5Ω?

  23. 300 The current of a 3.0V battery pack of a pocket calculator is 0.17mA.This is how much charge flows in the circuit in one hour. Find out the answer…

  24. 300 What is 0.61C.

  25. 400 This is how much a resistor’s diameter has changed if this resistance is quadrupled. Find out the answer…

  26. 400 What is one half the original diameter?

  27. 100 This will happen when a positively charged rod is brought near a neutral electroscope. Find out the answer…

  28. 100 What is ?

  29. 200 Consider three identical metal spheres that are mounted on insulating stands. Sphere X is neutral, sphere Y has a charge -1q, and sphere Z has a charge +4q. X, Y and Z are touched together and then separated.These are the final charges on X, on Y and on Z. Find out the answer…

  30. 200 Each is now charged with a charge of +1q.

  31. 300 Consider two point charges that are separated by a distance, 2r. If this distance between them is increased to 6r, then this is the new force between them in terms of the original force, F. Find out the answer…

  32. 300 What is F/9?

  33. You may consult with your group to choose how much to wager before you answer the question. If you do not have any money to wager you may choose up to 500. No help answering from your group allowed. ---Click when ready to continue. --- 400 Daily Double!!! Three charges +1.0μC, -2.0 μC, and -3.0 μC are in a line each 10 cm apart.This is the force (magnitude and direction) on the center charge. Find out the answer…

  34. 400 What is 7.2N towards the +1 μC charge?

  35. 100 He thought current was a positive fluid thus ruining electro-physics for students the world over. Find out the answer…

  36. 100 Who is Benjamin Franklin?

  37. 200 He discovered the effect that charges will always repel to the outer most surface of a conductor. Find out the answer…

  38. 200 Who is Faraday?

  39. 300 The ancient Greeks used this word for amber. Find out the answer…

  40. 300 What is Elektron?

  41. 400 This German scientist systematically studied conduction and had a unit named after him. Find out the answer…

  42. 400 Who is “Georg Simon Ohm?”

  43. 400 Final Jeopardy

  44. 400 This is the Force at B. B 3m 3m A 2C C 2C 3m

  45. Credits • Customized by T. Wayne • Original template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD