P-SELL Jeopardy Review By: [email protected]

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{"cattitle-1":"Super Space","cat1q1":"What is our home galaxy?","cat1qmediaimage1":"","cat1a1":"The Milky Way","cat1amediaimage1":"","cat1v1":"100","cat1q2":"Why does the Sun, when looking from Earth, appear to be larger than other stars? ","cat1qmediaimage2":"","cat1a2":"Because the Sun is closer to Earth than other stars. ","cat1amediaimage2":"","cat1v2":"200","cat1q3":"What is the difference between asteroids and comets?","cat1qmediaimage3":"","cat1a3":"Asteroids are made up of rock and metal, comets are mostly made up of frozen gas.  As comets come closer to the Sun, their ice begins to melt and creates a “tail” of gas. ","cat1amediaimage3":"","cat1v3":"300","cat1q4":"What is the difference between rotation and revolution?  Does\nthe Earth rotate or revolve?","cat1qmediaimage4":"","cat1a4":"When something rotates, it spins in a direction around its axis (the Earth rotates around its axis once every 24 hours).  Revolution is when one objects orbits another object (the Earth revolves around the Sun once every year).  The Earth both rotates and revolves. ","cat1amediaimage4":"","cat1v4":"400","cat1q5":"Name four differences between the inner and outer\nplanets. ","cat1qmediaimage5":"","cat1a5":"Inner:  rocky surface, relatively short time to revolve around the sun, smaller in size, relatively close to one another, varying temperatures\n\nOuter: Gaseous surface, relatively long time to revolve around the Sun, larger than inner planets, further apart than the inner planets, all very cold ","cat1amediaimage5":"","cat1v5":"500","cattitle-2":"Nature of Science","cat2q1":"What science tool could you use to find the volume of a small  rock? ","cat2qmediaimage1":"","cat2a1":"50 mL graduated cylinder","cat2amediaimage1":"","cat2v1":"100","cat2q2":"Jane is investigating to find out if bean plants grow taller in ordinary topsoil or special potting soil over a three week period. She sets up her investigation with 10 bean plants of equal size in each type of soil.\n\nWhat should Jane do each day to make sure she gets valid results?\n\nA. Water only the plants in special potting soil.\n\nB. Measure the plants every 3 days to record the plant heights.\n\nC. Move the plants in ordinary topsoil to different locations.\n\nD. Estimate the height of each plant's stem and record the estimate.","cat2qmediaimage2":"","cat2a2":"B. Measure the plants every 3 days to record the plant heights. ","cat2amediaimage2":"","cat2v2":"200","cat2q3":"Mr. Krabbs wants to make Bikini Bottoms a nicer place to live. He created a new sauce that he thinks will reduce the production of body gas associated with eating crabby patties from the Kristy Krab. He recruits 100 customers with a history of gas probems. He has 50 of them (Group A) eat crabby patties with the new sauce. 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He adds calcium to one bucket, adds magnesium to another bucket, and doesn’t add any minerals to the third bucket.\n\n•1.    What is the test variable?\n\n•2.    What is the outcome variable?\n\n•3.    What variables are kept constant?\n\n•4.    Which is the control group?","cat2qmediaimage5":"","cat2a5":"1)  The minerals\n\n2) the results of the animal growth\n\n3) the amount of chicken feed, the chickens, etc.\n\n4) The chickens who do NOT get minerals. ","cat2amediaimage5":"","cat2v5":"500","cattitle-3":"As a Matter of Fact","cat3q1":"A scientist observes matter and it is in a cube shape, is hard, and has a volume of 66 cm2. What phase of matter is the scientist observing? \n\nA. Solid \n\nB. Liquid \n\nC. Gas \n\nD. This is not classified as matter. ","cat3qmediaimage1":"","cat3a1":"Solid","cat3amediaimage1":"","cat3v1":"100","cat3q2":"Give an example of a substance that is NOT matter and explain why it is not considered matter.","cat3qmediaimage2":"","cat3a2":"Answers will vary but could include light, music, etc. because matter takes up space and has mass. ","cat3amediaimage2":"","cat3v2":"200","cat3q3":"What is the difference between a physical and chemical change? \n\nProvide an example of each. ","cat3qmediaimage3":"","cat3a3":"Physical- do not results in the formation of a new substance. \n\nA physical change has occurred when a substance changes color, size, shape, temperature, or state of matter (example- ice cube melts) \n\nChemical- result in the formation of a new substance.  (example- a nail rusting)","cat3amediaimage3":"","cat3v3":"300","cat3q4":"What is the difference between mass and volume? ","cat3qmediaimage4":"","cat3a4":"Mass is the amount of matter in an object. \n\nVolume is a 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condition are right, the water falls back to the earth as precipitation (rain, snow, sleet or hail).\n\nCollection – when water falls back to earth as precipitation, it lands in oceans, rivers, lakes or on land.  The water may be absorbed by the earth or it may run over the soil, as runoff, and collect in the oceans, rivers, and lakes.  This process is called collection.\n\nThe water evaporates back into the air, and the cycle starts all over ","cat4amediaimage1":"","cat4v1":"100","cat4q2":"Fill in the blanks:  ________ pressure is generally associated\nwith good weather and _______ pressure is generally associated with deteriorating weather conditions. ","cat4qmediaimage2":"","cat4a2":"High pressure = good weather and\n\nLow pressure = deteriorating weather conditions ","cat4amediaimage2":"","cat4v2":"200","cat4q3":"Name the 4 types of precipitation and describe the\nweather conditions that happen with each type of precipitation. ","cat4qmediaimage3":"","cat4a3":"Rain- liquid – low 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