# MotionForcesPart1Jeopardy

```Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4
Lagniappe
\$100 \$100 \$100 \$100 \$100
\$200 \$200 \$200
\$200 \$200
`
\$300 \$300 \$300 \$300 \$300
\$400 \$400 \$400 \$400 \$400
\$500 \$500 \$500 \$500 \$500
• The formula for calculating distance
Back to Main Board
• The formula for calculating speed
Back to Main Board
The formula for calculating time
Back to Main Board
The amount of distance an object travels in
a certain time
Back to Main Board
• The speed of an object plus direction
Back to Main Board
A change in velocity such as speeding up,
slowing down, or changing direction
Back to Main Board
• The force of attraction between all objects
in the universe
Back to Main Board
• The larger an object’s mass, the greater its
Back to Main Board
The greater the distance between objects,
the _____ the gravity
Back to Main Board
• The force of air opposing an object
Back to Main Board
The three types of friction are
Back to Main Board
• _____ makes motion possible, but also
slows objects down.
Back to Main Board
Changing sliding friction into rolling friction
can
Back to Main Board
• Force per unit area is
Back to Main Board
The formula for calculating acceleration is
Back to Main Board
A change in an object’s position over time is
Back to Main Board
• How much an object will resist change is
Back to Main Board
Another way to reduce friction is
Back to Main Board
Gravity acting upon mass is called
Back to Main Board
• Force is measured in
Back to Main Board
Distance is measured in
Back to Main Board
Speed is measured in
Back to Main Board
• Speed is measured in
Back to Main Board
• A science experiment should be done at
least
Back to Main Board
“If you heat water to a temperature of 100
degrees celcius, then the water will begin
to boil”. This is a example of a(an)
Back to Main Board
Distance = speed * time
Back to Main Board
• Speed = distance/time
Back to Main Board
• Time = distance/speed
Back to Main Board
• speed
Back to Main Board
• velocity
Back to Main Board
• acceleration
Back to Main Board
• gravity
Back to Main Board
• gravity
Back to Main Board
• smaller
Back to Main Board
• Air resistance
Back to Main Board
• Rolling, sliding, and air resistance
Back to Main Board
• friction
Back to Main Board
• Reduce friction
Back to Main Board
• pressure
Back to Main Board
• Final speed – initial speed
&raquo; time
Back to Main Board
• motion
Back to Main Board
• inertia
Back to Main Board
• lubrication
Back to Main Board
• weight
Back to Main Board
• newtons
Back to Main Board
• Meters, kilometers, etc
Back to Main Board
• Seconds, minutes, hours
Back to Main Board
• Meters/second, miles/hour,
kilometers/hour
Back to Main Board
• Three times
Back to Main Board
• Boiling point
Back to Main Board
```