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  1. Science GHSGT Domain 4 Jeopardy

  2. Half Life EnergyTransformation Radio-activity Energy Potpourri Heat 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  3. Half Life for $100 If a radioactive material has a half life of 10 years, what fraction of the material will remain after 30 years? • A. 1/2 • 1/4 • 1/8 • D. 1/16

  4. C. One eighth 1/8 Back toGame

  5. Half Life for $200 Radon-222 has a half life of 4 days. If ¼ of the original sample remain, how much time has passed? • A. 1 day • 16 days • 8 days • D. 4 days

  6. C. 8 days Back toGame

  7. Half Life for $300 The half-life of carbon-14 is 5730 years. How much of an 80g sample will remain after 17,190 years? • A. 40 g • 80 g • 20 g • D. 10 g

  8. D. 10 grams Because 3 half-lives have passed Back toGame

  9. Half Life for $400 An original sample of the radioisotope fluorine-21 had a mass of 80.0 milligrams. Only 20.0 milligrams of this original sample remain unchanged after 8.32 seconds. What is the half-life of fluorine-21? • A. 1.04 s • 2.08 s • 4.16 s • D. 8.32 s

  10. Good Answer! C. 4.16 s Back toGame

  11. Half Life for $500 U-235 has a half-life of 704 million years. A sample of rock was found to contain ¼ of the U-235 atoms present when it formed. What is the approximate age of the rock? A. 1.4 billion years B. 704 million years C. 352 million years D. 2.8 billion years

  12. 1.4 billion years • (2 half-lives passed) Back toGame

  13. Energy Transformation for $100 What do a toaster, a hair dryer, and an iron have in common? A. They convert electrical energy to heat energy. B. They convert electrical energy to mechanical energy. C. They convert mechanical energy to electrical energy. D. They convert heat to electrical energy.

  14. A. They convert electrical energy to heat energy. Back toGame

  15. Energy Transformation for $200 Which best describes the energy transformation that takes place in the picture below? A. Light to Heat B. Mechanical to Chemical C. Chemical to Light D. Electrical to Light

  16. C. Chemical to Light Back toGame

  17. Energy Transformation for $300 A pendulum bob swings back and forth in an arc. Which describes the energy conversion process in one swing of the pendulum from left to right. A. Kinetic energy to chemical energy to potential energy B. Kinetic energy to potential energy back to kinetic energy C. Potential energy to kinetic energy back to potential energy D. Potential energy to kinetic energy to electromagnetic energy

  18. C. Potential energy to kinetic energy back to potential energy Back toGame

  19. Energy Transformation for $400 Which best describes the energy transformation that takes place in the picture below? A. Mechanical to Light B. Heat to Sound C. Heat to Mechanical D. Sound to Light

  20. B. Heat to Sound Back toGame

  21. Energy Transformation for $500 Heterotrophs consume food to obtain energy for biological processes. During exercise, the chemical energy in food is transformed into what other forms of energy? A. Potential and electrical energy B. Electromagnetic and heat energy C. Mechanical, kinetic, and heat energy D. Potential, electromagnetic, and heat energy

  22. C. Mechanical, kinetic, and heat energy Back toGame

  23. Radioactivity for $100 The three main types of nuclear radiation are alpha, beta, and gamma. List the three types of radiation from highest penetrating power to lowest penetrating power?

  24. Gamma, Beta, Alpha Back toGame

  25. Radioactivity for $200 What is a problem commonly associated with nuclear power facilities? A. A small quantity of energy is produced. B. Reaction products contribute to acid rain. C. It is impossible to control nuclear fission. D. It is difficult to dispose of wastes.

  26. D. It is difficult to dispose of wastes. Back toGame

  27. Radioactivity for $300 An alpha particle is the same as a A. Helium nucleus B. Hydrogen nucleus C. Beta particle D. Gamma ray

  28. A. Helium nucleus Back toGame

  29. Radioactivity for $400 The final elements produced by radioactive decay differ from the original radioactive elements because the nuclei of the final elements are always A. more stable. B. increased in mass. C. half as radioactive. D. positively charged.

  30. A. more stable. Back toGame

  31. Radioactivity for $500 • Which would penetrate a car door made of aluminum? • Alpha particles • Beta particles • Gamma rays • Helium nuclei

  32. C. Gamma rays Back toGame

  33. Energy for $100 • Nuclear fission produces energy when __ • Two atomic nuclei combine • An atomic nucleus splits • A chemical reaction occurs • Helium transmutes into hydrogen

  34. B. An atomic nucleus splits Back toGame

  35. Energy for $200 • Turbines from a hydroelectric dam convert what type of energy into electrical energy? • Chemical • Sound • Mechanical • Light

  36. C. Mechanical Back toGame

  37. Energy for $300 Two 1kg apples hang from a tree branch, one near the top of the tree and the other on a lower branch. Which apple has the most gravitational potential energy?

  38. The apple near the top of the tree Back toGame

  39. Energy for $400 Which of the following is an example of light energy being converted into chemical energy? A. The sun unevenly heating Earth’s surface B. Water evaporating and condensing in the water cycle C. Plants producing sugar during the day D. Lava erupting from volcanoes for many days

  40. C. Plants producing sugar during the day Back toGame

  41. Energy for $500 How can you increase the kinetic energy of a pickup truck without increasing the truck’s speed?

  42. Increase the truck’s mass Back toGame

  43. Heat for $100 The transfer of heat by the movement of air currents in Earth’s atmosphere is an example of — A. conduction B. convection C. radiation D. fusion

  44. B. convection Back toGame

  45. Heat for $200 Between points 2 and 3, energy is being used to — A. melt ice B. heat water C. evaporate water D. heat water vapor

  46. A. melt ice Back toGame

  47. Heat for $300 A man who was sleeping wakes up because he hears the smoke alarm go off in his house. Before opening the bedroom door, the man feels the door to see whether it is warm. He is assuming that heat would be transferred through the door by — A. conduction B. convection C. radiation D. compression

  48. A. conduction Back toGame

  49. Heat for $400 • Ms. Markas takes a thermos bottle filled with hot coffee to work each day. The thermos bottle keeps the coffee hot by • Using a battery powered heating element • Collecting solar heat energy • Recirculating hot air inside • Slowing heat transfer

  50. D. Slowing heat transfer Back toGame