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SOL Jeopardy
Atoms
Vocabulary Circuits
Energy
Bonus
transformations
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All matter is made up of tiny particles
called
A. charges
B. dust particles
C. atoms
D. mass
Matter is made up of tiny particles called atoms
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Tiny particles that have a positive charge are
called
A. protons
B. electrons
C. neutrons
D. atoms
Tiny particles that have a positive charge are
called protons.
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Tiny particles that have a negative
charge are called:
A. Protons
B. Electrons
C. Neutrons
D. Atoms
Tiny particles that have a negative charge are
called electrons.
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How do atoms become
positive or negatively
charged?
A.
Rubbing against
another object
B. All of the answers
are correct
C. Pick up electrical charges
from other objects
D. Electrons fall off an object
Atoms
become
positively
or
negatively
charged in
all of those
ways.
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If you rub a neutral
balloon with a cloth,
what charge will the
balloon become?
A. negative
B. positive
C. neutral
D. electric
If you rub a neutral balloon with a
cloth, it will become negative as
electrons are transferred from the
cloth to the balloon.
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Materials that allow
electricity to flow easily
through them
A. conductor
B. insulator
C. terminal
D. Dry cell
Materials that allow electricity
to easily flow through them are
called conductors.
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Materials that do not
allow electricity to flow
through them are called
A. conductors
B. insulators
C. terminals
D. Dry cell
Materials that don’t allow electricity to flow
through them easily are called insulators such
as glass, plastic, rubber, air, and wood.
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Current flowing
through an object can
be turned on or off
using this
A. terminal
B. resistor
C. conductor
D. switch
Current can be turned on and off using a switch.
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Something that allows
electricity to flow
through it, but it doesn’t
flow easily.
A. insulator
B. resistor
C. terminal
D. Dry cell
Something that allows electricity to
flow through it, but it doesn’t flow
easily is called a resistor.
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Another name for a dry cell
A. battery
B. terminal
C. resistor
D. filament
Another name for a dry cell is a
battery.
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The path that electricity can move through
A circuit
B orbit
C oval
D ellipse
The path that electricity can move through is called a
circuit.
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If you have a circuit
with no gaps or breaks,
it is called
A. Resistor
B. Short circuit
C. Closed circuit
D. Open circuit
If you have a circuit with no gaps or
breaks it is called a closed circuit.
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A circuit with gaps or
breaks is called
A. Parallel Circuit
B. Series Circuit
C. Closed circuit
D. Open circuit
A circuit with gaps or breaks is called
an open circuit.
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In a parallel circuit,
what would happen if
you disconnect one
bulb that is wired to
others?
A. The other bulbs
will go out.
B. The other bulbs
will stay lit.
C. The other bulbs
will blow.
D. The filament
will burn out.
The other bulbs will stay lit
in a parallel circuit.
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What would
happen if a
bulb that was
wired to other
bulbs was
disconnected
in a series
circuit?
A. The other bulbs would remain lit.
B. Nothing would happen to
the other bulbs.
C. The other bulbs would go out.
D. The other bulbs would not go out.
In a series circuit, if you disconnect one bulb, the
other bulbs will go out.
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Describe the energy transformation:
A candle burning?
A. Chemical to mechanical to
B. thermal
B. Chemical to radiant to
thermal
C. Nuclear to radiant to thermal
D. Radiant to thermal to chemical
B. Chemical to radiant to thermal.
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Describe the energy
transformation:
A flashlight shinning
A. Chemical to electrical
To radiant
B. Nuclear to radiant
C. Chemical to
Mechanical to radiant
D. Chemical to thermal
to radiant
A. Chemical to electrical to radiant.
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A sun shinning and making
a tree grow through
photosynethesis?
A. Radiant to thermal
B. Nuclear to radiant
C. Radiant to nuclear
D. Radiant to chemical
D. Radiant to chemical.
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An electrical blanket
transforms electrical energy?
A. Radiant energy
B. Thermal energy
C. Chemical Energy
D. Sound energy
Electrical energy.
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A lamp is
plugged into a
wall socket.
Once the lamp
is turned on,
both light and
heat come
from the
lamp?
A.
Electrical to sound to thermal.
B. Electrical to mechanical to thermal.
C. Electrical to radiant to thermal.
D. Electrical to thermal to radiant.
D. Electrical to radiant to thermal
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The buildup of electrical
charge is called
A. Static electricity
B. Current electricity
C. Electrical discharge
D. Circuit
The buildup of electrical charge is
called static electricity.
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Why does a balloon
stick to the wall?
A.
Opposite charges
repel.
B. Opposite charges
attract.
C. The wall and balloon
are both negative.
D The wall and balloon
are both positive
A balloon sticks to the wall because
opposite charges attract each other.
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If you drop an ice cube into
the ice cube
a bowl of hot water, why A. From
To the water
does the ice cube melt. Is it B. From the water to
because, heat is transferred the ice cube
C. From your
hand to the ice cube
D From the bowl to
The water
B. From the water to the ice
cube
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What is the flow of
thermal energy
called
A. electricity
B. heat
C. temperature
D. nothing
B. Heat.
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What part of an atom is
transferred in an electrical
discharge?
A. protons
B. neutrons
C. electrons
D. resistors
Electrons are transferred in an
electrical discharge.
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