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					Earth Science
Physical Science
Life Science
Process Skills
          Jeopardy
 Earth    Physical    Life     Process
Science   Science    Science    Skills

 100        100       100        100

 200        200       200        200

 300        300       300        300

 400        400       400        400

 500        500       500        500
The supply of many
nonrenewable resources is

A. Plentiful
B. Abundant
C. Gone
D. Limited
The supply of many
nonrenewable resources is

A.
B.
C.
D. Limited
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Which one of the following
is an example of
measurable weather data?

A. Time of sunrise
B. Depth of a lake
C. Wind speed
D. Kinds of trees
Which one of the following
is an example of
measurable weather data?

A.
B.
C. Wind speed
D.
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What weather conditions are
associated with cirrus clouds?

A. Cirrus clouds indicate good weather.
B. Cirrus clouds are associated with
light rain, drizzle or flurries.
C. Cirrus clouds grow during sunny
days and indicate fair weather.
D. Cirrus clouds usually indicate
thunderstorms, wind and lightning
What weather conditions are associated with
cirrus clouds?

A. Cirrus clouds indicate good weather.
B.
C.
D.
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How is a delta formed?

A. Moving water deposits sand and soil as it
enters a larger body of water and slows down.

B. Moving water erodes sand and soil as it
enters a larger body of water and speeds up.

C. Steady blowing winds deposit sand and soil
over time as they slow down over hilly terrain.

D. Steady blowing winds erode sand and soil
over time as they speed up over flat terrain.
How is a delta formed?

A. Moving water deposits sand and soil as it enters a
larger body of water and slows down.

B.

C.

D.
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Which of the following
surface features is caused
by wind deposition?

A. Sand dunes.
B. River deltas.
C. Mountains.
D. Oxbow lakes.
Which of the following surface
features is caused by wind
deposition?

A. Sand dunes.
B.
C.
D.
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What happens to light when
  it hits a mirror?

   A. The light is absorbed.
   B. The light is refracted.
   C. The light is amplified.
   D. The light is reflected.
What happens to light when
it hits a mirror?

A.
B.
C.
D. The light is reflected.
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What can be altered to
change the pitch of a sound?

A. The rate of vibration of
sound waves.
B. The color of sound waves.
C. The temperature of sound
waves.
D. The energy of sound
waves.
What can be altered to change
the pitch of a sound?

A. The rate of vibration of sound
waves.
B.
C.
D.
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What type of force causes
a fence to bend when a
car crashes into it?

A. Collision.
B. Gravity.
C. Magnetism.
D. Pulling.
What type of force causes a
fence to bend when a car
crashes into it?

A. Collision.
B.
C.
D.
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Which of these physical
properties can be used to
separate a mixture of black, red
and white tiles that are similar
in texture, smell and hardness?

A. Texture.
B. Hardness.
C. Scent.
D. Color.
Which of these physical
properties can be used to
separate a mixture of black, red
and white tiles that are similar
in texture, smell and hardness?

A.
B.
C.
D. Color.
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Which change can be
reversed?

A. Heating eggs.
B. Boiling water.
C. A car rusting.
D. Burning a candle.
Which change can be
reversed?

A.
B. Boiling water.
C.
D.
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Many plants that live in a desert
ecosystem have very waxy leaves.
How does this wax help the plants?

A. The wax helps the plant
conserve water.
B. The wax collects sunlight.
C. The wax fights off large
predators.
D. The wax helps the plant take in
more carbon dioxide.
Many plants that live in a desert
ecosystem have very waxy leaves.
How does this wax help the plants?

A. The wax helps the plant conserve
water.
B.
C.
D.
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Honeybees travel from apple blossoms in
one tree to the apple blossoms in another
tree. This benefits the honey-making
efforts of the bees. How does the
movement of honeybees help the apple
trees?

A. The apple trees shelter the honeybees.
B. Pollination occurs.
C. Photosynthesis occurs.
D. The honeybees protect the apple trees
from moths
Honeybees travel from apple blossoms in one
tree to the apple blossoms in another tree. This
benefits the honey-making efforts of the bees.
How does the movement of honeybees help the
apple trees?

A.
B. Pollination occurs.
C.
D.
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Most plants begin their
life cycle as

A. An egg.
B. A larva.
C. A pupa.
D. A seed.
Most plants begin their life
cycle as

A.
B.
C.
D. A seed.
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Which of the following is the correct
order of the stages in the life cycle of
an evergreen tree?

A. Germination, death, maturity,
reproduction.
B. Reproduction, maturity, death,
germination.
C. Death, reproduction, maturity,
germination.
D. Germination, maturity, reproduction,
death.
Which of the following is the correct
order of the stages in the life cycle of
an evergreen tree?

A.
B.
C.
D. Germination, maturity, reproduction,
death.
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What is the basic function of
fish scales?

A. The scales help fish breathe.
B. The scales help fish find
food.
C. The scales help protect the
fish.
D. The scales help the fish
reproduce
What is the basic function of
fish scales?

A.
B.
C. The scales help protect the
fish.
D.
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Soil from the yard is put into a pot. Topsoil from a
bag is put into another pot. The same type and
number of seeds are planted in each pot. Both pots
are watered. After three days the seeds in the
topsoil have sprouted, but no sprouts are found in
the pot with soil from the yard. What can you tell
about the topsoil?

A. Soil from the yard is better than soil from the
bag.
B. Flowers grow well in soils from yards.
C. Topsoil is not good soil.
D. The topsoil has a better composition for growing
plants
Soil from the yard is put into a pot. Topsoil from a bag is put
into another pot. The same type and number of seeds are
planted in each pot. Both pots are watered. After three days
the seeds in the topsoil have sprouted, but no sprouts are
found in the pot with soil from the yard. What can you tell
about the topsoil?

A.
B.
C.
D. The topsoil has a better composition for growing plants
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What type of energy
is this instrument
measuring?

A. Light energy
B. Motion energy
C. Thermal energy
D. Sound energy
What type of energy
is this instrument
measuring?

A.
B.
C. Thermal energy
D.
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Daily Double
Which human activity has a
negative impact on the
environment?

A. Restoring an old copper mine to
its natural state.
B. Removing pollution from a river.
C. Reducing air pollution at a
factory.
D. Dumping used motor oil on the
ground.
Which human activity has a negative
impact on the environment?

A.
B.
C.
D. Dumping used motor oil on the
ground.
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Which pair of instruments would be
best for comparing the texture and
magnetic properties of different
rocks?

A. A microscope and a computer.
B. A calculator and a hot plate.
C. A hand lens and a magnet.
D. A thermometer and a balance
Which pair of instruments would be
best for comparing the texture and
magnetic properties of different rocks?

A.
B.
C. A hand lens and a magnet.
D.
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Which of these items best
shows a way technology
has extended human
ability?

A. safety goggles
B. microscope
C. mirror
D. glass beaker
Which of these items best
shows a way technology has
extended human ability?

A.
B. microscope
C.
D.
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100 Question Physical
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500 Question Physical
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100 Question Physical
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