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Mr. Heinz's. WELCOME TO. Physical Science FIGHT TO THE FINISH. Go back 2 spaces. Ha Ha ! Back to Start!. Go 3 More. Trade Spaces. Extra ?. Go Back 4 . RULES. 1. You must answer a question correctly to roll the die. Trade Spaces.

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Mr. Heinz's

WELCOME TO

Physical Science

FIGHT TO THE FINISH

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4. Trade Spaces means you can switch places with any other team (or not if you’re in the lead.)

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5. Roll Again means you can simply roll again without answering a question.

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How is the density of an object related to whether an object floats or sinks in water?

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Objects that are more dense than water will sink, less dense than water will float.

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Name 1 renewable energy resource.

Name 2 non-renewable energy resource.

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Renewable: wind, moving water, solar

Nonrenewable: any fossil fuels like coal, oil or natural gas

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Sugar water, salt water, etc.

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Mixing salt and water together is an example of a physical or chemical change?

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Physical Change

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Which ball has the most potential energy?

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Ball A because it is highest on the shelves.

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Look at the picture of a roller coaster. Does it have more kinetic or potential energy right now?

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Potential, because it is just starting to move.

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You are riding your bike. Which force will help you slow down or stop?

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Mr. Heinz kicks a ball and the ball exerts a force on Mr. Heinz’s foot. Which of Newton’s laws is this an example of?

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Newton’s Third Law (for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction)

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Mr. Heinz uses a ramp to move some furniture up into a truck. Does the ramp reduce the amount of work he has to do? Why?

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No, simple machines do not reduce the amount of work, instead they reduce the amount of force needed to do the work.

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True or False? Astronauts in orbit around Earth are weightless.

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False. Since they are accelerating in Earth’s gravitational field, they have weight.

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A 5th grader is sitting at his desk. Another 5th grader is running during recess. Which one is demonstrating unbalanced forces?

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The 5th grader running.

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Which of the following are examples of heat transfer:

conduction, radiation, reflection, insulation and convection

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Conduction, radiation, convection

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salad = simple mixture

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What source of energy produces most of the world’s electricity?

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Fossil fuels (non-renewable)

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A steel fence rusts. A silver fork tarnishes. A log burns. What type of changes are these?

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Chemical change

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A student pulls on a whiteboard with 80 newtons to the right. Another student pulls on the same whiteboard with 70 newtons to the left. The net force is 10 newtons to the right. Why?

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Since the students are pulling in opposite directions you subtract their forces. If they were in the same directions, then you would add their forces.

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Name 3 things you could you do to our die to demonstrate physical changes?

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Crush it, slice it, melt it, squeeze it, reshape it etc…

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I have a bottle of water that weighs 1 kilogram. If I freeze the bottle, will the mass of the bottle increase, decrease or stay the same?

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Stay the same. Freezing or thawing will not change the mass of the water.

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There is gravitational force between you and the Earth. There is gravitational force between you and the person sitting next to you. Why do you feel the gravitational force between you and the Earth, but not the force between you and your neighbor?

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The Earth is so large, the gravitational force is noticeable. But you and your neighbor are too small to notice it.

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Which of the following are NOT elements?

Iron Water Gold Oxygen

Silver Salt Carbon Dioxide

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Salt Water Carbon Dioxide

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Mrs. Roman pushes a box of books with force of 90 newtons a distance of 5 meters. What is the amount of work she has done? (joules)

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