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Jeopardy. Standards Review 1 Jeopardy Review. Forces. Reactions. Motion. Matter. Periodic Table. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. The number of protons in an atom of krypton. What is 36?.

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standards review 1 jeopardy review

Jeopardy

Standards Review 1

Jeopardy Review

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Forces

Reactions

Motion

Matter

Periodic Table

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periodic table 50 points
Carbon-12, Carbon-13, and Carbon-14 are three isotopes of Carbon. They have this in common.

What is the atomic number and/or the number of protons?

Periodic Table 50 points
motion 10 points
To calculate the average speed of a cyclist on the way to school what two measurements do you need?

What is total distance traveled and total time elapsed?

Motion 10 points
motion 20 points
Which of the following is a description of velocity: A. 50 km/h, B. 50 km/h west, C. 50 km. west, D. 50 km.

What is B?

Motion 20 points
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Daily

Double

motion 30 points
An airplane flying at a constant speed is changing its velocity if it is A. flying north to south, B. flying in a curved path, C. flying away from the airport, D. flying east to west.

What is B?

Motion 30 points
motion 50 points
Michael ran 1500 meters for 8 minutes. He then walked 500 meters for 12 minutes. What was Michael’s average speed?

What is 100 m/min?

Motion 50 points
matter 10 points
Which is not one of the particles that make up an atom: A. proton, B. ion, C. neutron,

D. electron.

What is B. ion.?

Matter 10 points
matter 30 points
Particles of a substance vibrate while being closely locked in position in this state of matter.

What is a solid?

Matter 30 points
matter 40 points
When water boils, it changes from a liquid to a gas. The molecular motion of the water molecules does this.

What is increase?

Matter 40 points
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Daily

Double

matter 50 points
The chemical formula MgO tells you that the ratio of magnesium atoms to oxygen atoms is: A. 1 to 0, B. 1 to 1, C. 1 to 10, D. 2 to 1.

What is B. 1 to 1.?

Matter 50 points
reactions 30 points
Evidence that a chemical reaction has occurred.

What is temperature change, color change, production of a gas or precipitate?

Reactions 30 points
reactions 40 points
Which of the following is not a physical change: A. freezing, B. burning, C. boiling, D. melting?

What is B. burning?

Reactions 40 points
reactions 50 points
A student is using a pH meter to find the pH of an unknown substance. If the substance is neutral, it’s pH will most likely be:

What is 7?

Reactions 50 points
forces 30 points
Ethan exerts a force of 150N to push a table across the room. Alex pushes back on the table with a force of 150N. The table stays where it is. This force is called

What is a balanced force?

Forces 30 points
forces 40 points
The reason it is sometimes difficult to get a stationary object moving is because of: A. static friction, B. elastic forces, C. sliding friction, D. centripetal force.

What is A. static friction?

Forces 40 points
forces 50 points
An arrow is pointing toward the right with a force of 2N. Another arrow is pointing toward the left with a force of 7N. What is the net force?

What is 5N left?

Forces 50 points