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WSL JEOPARDY. Sound 100 200 300 400 500. Waves 100 200 300 400 500. Light 100 200 300 400 500. Surprise 100 200 300 400 500. Waves : 100. Wave A has an amplitude of 6 meters. Wave B has an amplitude of 10 meters. Wave C has an amplitude of 8 meters.

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WSL JEOPARDY

Sound

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200

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500

Waves

100

200

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500

Light

100

200

300

400

500

Surprise

100

200

300

400

500

Waves : 100
• Wave A has an amplitude of 6 meters.
• Wave B has an amplitude of 10 meters.
• Wave C has an amplitude of 8 meters.
• Put the waves in order from softest to loudest.
Waves : 200
• Wave a has a wavelength of 7 meters
• Wave B has a wavelength of 6 meters
• Waves C has a wavelength of 3 meters
• Put the waves in order from highest pitch to lowest pitch.
Waves: 300
• What do all waves carry?
Waves: 400
• What is the major difference between mechanical waves and electromagnetic waves?
Waves: 500

If a wave has a high frequency, then the crests are closer or farther apart?

A soft sound is represented by a __________ amplitude.

Sound : 100

What is an echo?

Sound : 200

Sound is a mechanical wave, so it needs matter to carry energy. Is sound a transverse or compressional wave?

Sound : 300

Describe how a compressional waves carries energy from one place to another.

Sound : 400

Sound travels fastest in _________ because the molecules are____________.

Sound : 500

If sound travels at a speed of 331 m/s in air, how long would it take you to hear something that is 993 meters away?

Light : 100

Visible light is one example of an electromagnetic wave, name the other six.

Light : 200

Define the following words:

Opaque

Translucent

Transparent

Refraction

Reflection

Light: 300

On a sunny day, describe why you feel warmer when you are wearing a black sweatshirt as opposed to a white sweatshirt.

Light: 400

If you are in a room with NO light, would you be able to see anything?

Explain

Light: 500

If white light were traveling through a Yellow filter, what would happen when the light hit the filter?

Surprise: 100

Does light or sound travel faster through air?

Why?

Surprise: 200

Two waves are leaving the Earth’s atmosphere, wave a continues into space while wave b does not. What can you hypothesize about the waves?

Surprise: 300

As the wavelength of a wave increases, what happens to the:

Frequency?

Pitch?

Amplitude?

Surprise: 400

Why do you hear more echoes in a room that is doesn’t have anything in it?

Surprise: 500

Name all three seventh grade science teachers.