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 GAME NAME: CHAPTER 1-  FORCE AND WORK SINGLE JEOPARDY!®

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 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 WHAT ARE DIFFERENT KINDS OF FORCES? FORCES CHARACTERIZE AND EXPLAIN FORCES.
 WHAT IS GRAVITY? GRAVITY CHARACTERIZE THE FORCE OF GRAVITY.
 WHAT IS FRICTION? FRICTIO CHARACTERIZE THE FORCE OF FRICTION.
 WHAT IS WORK? WORK IDENTIFY WHAT SCIENTIFIC WORK IS.
 WHEN IS WORK DONE? DO WORK EXPLAIN WHAT MUST OCCUR FOR WORK TO BE DONE.
 MISCELLANEOUS MISC. ANSWER A VARIETY OF QUESTIONS ON CHAPTER 1 MATERIAL.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS

Response 1

A FORCE IS A ________ OR A

__________

WHAT IS A PUSH OR A

PULL?

GRAVITY IS A ___________

FORCE.

WHAT IS PULLING?

FRICTION IS A FORCE THAT

__________ OR ____________

MOVING OBJECTS.

WHAT IS SLOWS OR

STOPS?

WORK IS DONE WHEN A

________ MAKES AN OBJECT

MOVE.

WHAT IS A FORCE?

TO DO WORK YOU MUST USE A

__________ TO MOVE AN

OBJECT.

WHAT IS A FORCE?

THE FORCE OF THE EARTH'S

__________ CAUSES A BRANCH

TO FALL FROM A TREE.

WHAT IS GRAVITY?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 2

TRUE/FALSE A FORCE CAN

START AN OBJECT MOVING OR

MAKE IT MOVE FASTER.

WHAT IS TRUE?

GRAVITY IS A FORCE THAT

OCCURS BETWEEN _______

_____________.

WHAT IS TWO OBJECTS?

FRICTION OCCURS WHEN

OBJECTS ______  ________

EACH OTHER.

WHAT IS RUB AGAINST?

IDENTIFY THE EXAMPLE

WHERE WORK IS NOT DONE:

WASHING HANDS, CHOPPING

RECIPE, SETTING THE TABLE.

RECIPE?

WHEN A FORCE MOVES AN

OBJECT IN THE DIRECTION OF

THE FORCE, THIS IS DONE.

WHAT IS WORK?

WORK IS DONE WHENEVER AN

OBJECT MOVES IN THE

_______ OF THE _______

APPLIED TO IT.

WHAT IS DIRECTION OF

THE FORCE?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS

Response 3

A FORCE CAN CHANGE THE

_____________ IN WHICH AN

OBJECT IS MOVING.

WHAT IS DIRECTION?

TRUE OR FALSE? GRAVITY

HOLDS CYCLISTS ON BICYCLE

SEATS AND STUDENTS AT

DESKS.

WHAT IS TRUE?

TRUE OR FALSE? RUBBING OIL

INCREASE FRICTION.

WHAT IS FALSE?

WHENEVER YOU USE FORCES

TO PUSH, PULL, OR LIFT AN

OBJECT THIS IS DONE.

WHAT IS WORK?

WHICH EXAMPLE DESCRIBES

MORE WORK BEING DONE:

LIFTING A PILE OF BRICKS OR

LIFTING A BOX OF COTTON

SHIRTS?

WHAT IS LIFTING A

PILE OF BRICKS?

WHY DO PEOPLE PUT SAND OR

SALT ON ICY SIDEWALKS?

WHAT IS TO INCREASE

FRICTION?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 4

A FORCE CAN CHANGE AN

OBJECT'S ____________.

WHAT IS SHAPE?

TRUE OR FALSE? GRAVITY CAN

SLOW A MOVING OBJECT

DOWN.

WHAT IS FALSE?

WHICH HAS MORE FRICTION, A

POLISHED FLOOR?

WHEN YOU KICK A BALL IN

KICKBALL, WHAT PART OF

IS WORK BEING DONE WHEN

YOU PUSH ON A DOOR THAT

SAYS "PULL"?  WHY OR WHY

NOT?

WHAT IS NO, THE DOOR

DOES NOT MOVE?

HOW CAN FRICTION BE

REDUCED?

WHAT IS BY APPLYING

OIL OR LOTION?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS

Response 5

TRUE OR FALSE? A FORCE CAN

SLOW OR STOP AN OBJECT

THAT IS MOVING?

WHAT IS TRUE?

TRUE OR FALSE? GRAVITY

HOLDS THE EARTH IN ORBIT

AROUND THE SUN.

WHAT IS TRUE?

FRICTION OFTEN CAUSES

OBJECTS TO ______ ______.

WHAT IS WEAR OUT?

WHEN DO YOU USE FORCES

WITHOUT DOING WORK?

WHAT IS WHEN THE

OBJECT DOES NOT MOVE

HOW MUCH WORK YOU DO

DEPENDS ON THESE TWO

THINGS.

HOW MUCH FORCE IS

APPLIED & HOW FAR THE

_________ KEEPS A BIKE TIRE

WHAT IS FRICTION?

 CATEGORY: DESIGN A COMPOUNDMACHINE FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: DRAW A QUICK SKETCH OF ACOMPOUND MACHINE. LABELTHE SIMPLE MACHINES (ATLEAST 3) BE PREPARED TOIDENTIFY HOW THEMACHINE(S) MAKE WORK Response:

 GAME NAME: CHAPTER 1-  FORCE AND WORK DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®

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 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 LEVERS AND THEIR USES LEVERS IDENTIFY HOW LEVERS MAKE WORK EASIER.
 INCLINED PLANES INCLUDE SCREWS AND WEDGES INCLINED PLANES EXPLAIN HOW INCLINED PLANES MAKE WORK EASIER.
 PULLEYS, WHEEL AND AXLES, AND GEARS MACHINE WITH WHEELS EXPLAIN HOW MACHINES WITH WHEELS MAKE WORK EASIER.
 MISCELLANEOUS- SIMPLE MACHINES SIMPLE MACHINE ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT THE VARIOUS SIMPLE MACHINES.
 SIMPLE MACHINES ARE EVERYWHERE! SIMPLE MACHINE IDENTIFY THE SIMPLE MACHINE DESCRIBED IN THE CLUE.
 COMPOUND MACHINES-CHAPTER 3 MATERIAL MORE THAN ONE IDENTIFY THE SIMPLE MACHINES THAT MAKE UP THE COMPOUND MACHINES.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 1

A LEVER IS MADE UP OF A

_________ AND A __________.

WHAT IS A FULCRUM

AND A STIFF ARM(S) ?

AN INCLINED PLANE IS A SIMPLE

MACHINE WITH A

_____________ SURFACE.

WHAT IS SLANTED?

A PULLEY IS A SIMPLE

WRAPPED AROUND A _______.

WHAT IS A ROPE

WRAPPED AROUND A

A SIMPLE MACHINE IS

SOMETHING THAT HELPS

PEOPLE USE _________ TO

MAKE WORK ___________.

WHAT IS USE FORCE TO

MAKE WORK EASIER?

THE RAMP NEXT TO THE

STAIRS IN THE FRONT OF

BARTH.

WHAT IS AN INCLINED

PLANE?

A COMPOUND MACHINE IS

MADE UP OF TWO OR MORE

___________   ___________.

WHAT ARE SIMPLE

MACHINES?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 2

THE POINT THAT A LEVER

TURNS ON IS CALLED A

_________.

WHAT IS A FULCRUM?

INCLINED PLANES HELP PEOPLE

RAISE OBJECTS WITHOUT

DOING THIS.

WHAT IS LIFTING THEM

STRAIGHT UP?

A PULLEY CHANGES THE

_____________ OF YOUR

FORCE.

WHAT IS DIRECTION?

WHICH TAKES LESS

WORK/FORCE WALKING UP

THE STAIRS OR WALKING UP A

RAMP?

WHAT IS WALKING UP A

RAMP?

A KNIFE.

WHAT IS A WEDGE?

IDENTIFY THE SIMPLE

MACHINES IN A TAPE

DISPENSER.

WHAT ARE WHEEL AND

AXLE AND WEDGE?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS

Response 3

NAME A BODY PART THAT IS

LIKE A LEVER.  IDENTIFY THE

FULCRUM.

WHAT ARE ARMS AND

LEGS? FULCRUM =

INCLINED PLANES MAKE WORK

EASIER BY CHANGING THE

__________ OF AN APPLIED

FORCE.

WHAT IS DIRECTION?

A WHEEL AND AXLE IS A

LARGE _________ ATTACHED

TO A _______ OR AXLE.

WHAT IS A WHEEL

ATTACHED TO A POST OR

WEDGES ARE MOVABLE AND

ARE USED TO FORCE OBJECTS

__________.

WHAT IS APART?

A STEERING WHEEL.

WHAT IS WHEEL AND

AXLE?

IDENTIFY THE SIMPLE

MACHINES THAT MAKE UP A

HAND TRUCK.

WHAT IS WHEEL AND

AXLE AND LEVER?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS

Response 4

LEVERS MAKE WORK EASIER

BY __________ THE AMOUNT

OF FORCE NEEDED TO MOVE

AN OBJECT.

WHAT IS DECREASING?

A _______ IS AN INCLINED

PLANE WRAPPED AROUND A

POST.

WHAT IS A SCREW?

A ____________ IS A WHEEL

WITH TEETH ON ITS OUTER

EDGE.

WHAT IS A GEAR?

WHAT PART OF THE SCREW IS

THE INCLINED PLANE?

WHAT ARE THE RIDGES?

THE CONTRAPTION THE

SAFETY PATROLS USE TO

RAISE THE FLAG OUTSIDE

BARTH IN THE MORNING.

WHAT IS A PULLEY?

IDENTIFY THE SIMPLE

MACHINES THAT MAKE UP A

BICYCLE?

WHAT ARE WHEEL &

AXLE, PULLEY, GEAR,

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS

Response 5

CHOOSE A LEVER AND LABEL

THE FULCRUM AND STIFF ARM:

A FISHING ROD, A BROOM, A

WHEELBARROW, OR A

HAMMER

FULCRUM:  HANDLE,

UPPER HAND, FRONT

A __________ IS MADE UP OF

TWO INCLINED PLANES JOINED

BACK-TO-BACK.

WHAT IS A WEDGE?

WHAT PART OF A BICYCLE IS A

WHEEL AND AXLE?

WHAT ARE THE

HANDLEBARS?

NAME ALL 6 SIMPLE MACHINES

AND GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF

EACH TYPE OF MACHINE.

WEDGE, INCLINED

PLANE, SCREW, PULLEY,

A BASEBALL BAT.

WHAT IS A LEVER?

IDENTIFY THE SIMPLE

MACHINES IN A PENCIL

SHARPENER.

WHAT IS A WHEEL AND

AXLE AND WEDGE?

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