﻿ Classroom Jeopardy!®
 GAME NAME: FORCE AND MOTION SINGLE JEOPARDY!®

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200 POINTS

Response 1

WHEN FORCES ARE BALANCED,

THE MOTION OF THE OBJECT

DOES NOT CHANGE

WHICH LAW OF MOTION

OBJECT AT REST, STAYS AT

REST OR AN OBJECT IN

MOTION STAYS IN MOTION

1ST

FORCE THAT OPPOSES

MOTION

FRICTION

CALCULATE THE SPEED OF AN

OBJECT THAT TRAVELED 100 M

IN 100 SECONDS.

1 M/S

IN A STORM THE FORCASTER

INDICATES THE WINDS ARE

MOVING 30 KM/H NORTH, THIS

DESCRIBES

VELOCITY

WHEN YOU STEP ON A SCALE,

THE FORCE THAT IS BEING

MEASURED IS YOUR

WEIGHT

CLUE 2

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400 POINTS

Response 2

FOR EVERY ACTION, THE

REACTION IS

EQUAL AND OPPOSITE

WHICH LAW OF MOTION

EXPLAINS WHY YOU ARE ABLE

TO WALK

3RD

SPEED IN A GIVEN DIRECTION

VELOCITY

A ________ ____ SHOWS

CONSTANT VELOCITY ON A

GRAPH

STRAIGHT LINE

OUR MOST COMMON

REFERENCE POINT IS THE

EARTH

A PLANET HAS THE SAME

GRAVITIONAL ACCELERATION,

BUT HAS TWICE THE MASS.  IF

YOU WEIGH 300 N, HERE HOW

MUCH WOULD YOU WEIGH

THERE.

600N

CLUE 3

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600 POINTS

Response 3

A PUSH OR A PULL

FORCE

WHICH LAW OF MOTION DO

YOU USE THIS FORMULA F=M X

A

2ND

A CHANGE IN VELOCITY

ACCELERATION

MOTION IS A CHANGE IN

POSITION

A SPACECRAFT IN ORBIT

TRAVELS AT A CONSTANT

VELOCITY THE FORCES

ACTING ON IT MUST BE

BALANCED

CALCULATED BY DIVIDING

DISTANCE AND TIME

SPEED

CLUE 4

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800 POINTS

Response 4

TENDANCY OF OBJECT TO

RESIST CHANGES IN MOTION

INERTIA

WHICH LAW OF MOTION BEST

DESCRIBES THE USE OF

SEATBELTS

1ST

SI UNIT USED TO MEASURE

FORCE

NEWTON

WHICH OF NEWTON'S LAWS

BEST ILLUSTRATES THE

PRINCIPLE OF INERTIA

FIRST

WHEN FORCES ARE BALANCED,

THE MOTION OF THE OBJECT

DOES NOT CHANGE

INERTIA IS A MEASURE OF THE

_______ OF AN OBJECT

MASS

CLUE 5

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1000 POINTS

Response 5

ISAAC NEWTON DEVELOPED

___ LAWS OF MOTION

THREE

LAW OF MOTION DESCRIBES

WHY A BOWLING BALL IS

HARDER TO THROW THAN A

BASEBALL

2ND

CALCULATE THE SPEED IF AN

OBJECT TRAVELS 100 M IN 10 S

10 M/S

THIS ONLY OCCURS WHEN

OBJECTS ARE IN CONTACT

WITH EACH OTHER

FRICTION

AN UNBALANCED FORCE

ACTING ON AN OBECT CAUSES

IT TO

ACCELERATE

ACCELERATION DUE TO

GRAVITY AT THE EARTH'S

SURFACE

9.8 M/S2

 CATEGORY: CURRENT EVENTS FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: NAME THE SENATOR WHOREPLACED BARACK OBAMA ASSENATOR FROM ILLINOIS Response: RAYMOND BURRIS

 GAME NAME: FORCE AND MOTION DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®

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 CATEGORY: CURRENT EVENTS FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: NAME THE SENATOR WHOREPLACED BARACK OBAMA ASSENATOR FROM ILLINOIS Response: RAYMOND BURRIS