Light and Heat JEOPARDY

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The
Behavior
of Light
Light & Heat
HodgePodge
Seeing &
Feeling
Energy
More About
Heat Energy
Movement
of Heat
Energy
BONUS:
Light Waves
Round 2
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What happens to light when it hits a
mirror?
(a) It refracts.
(b) It is absorbed.
(c) It reflects.
(d) It passes through.
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(c) It reflects.
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The bending of light when it
moves from one kind of matter
to another is _____.
(a) convection
(b) refraction
(c) radiation
(d) reflection
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(b) refraction
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The bouncing of light off an
object is a _____.
(a) convection
(b) refraction
(c) radiation
(d) reflection
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(d) reflection
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A form of energy that can travel
through space and lies partly
within the visible range is ____.
(a) waste heat
(b) light
(c) reflection
(d) sound
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(b) light
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Sasha pulls down a window shade to
block the sunlight completely.
Which word describes the window
shade?
(a) radiant
(b) translucent
(c) opaque
(d) transparent
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(c) opaque
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The flow of thermal energy from
one object to another is _____.
(a) light
(b) heat
(c) sound
(d) magnetism
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(b) heat
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Heat that can’t be used to do
useful work is _____.
(a) convection
(b) radiation
(c) conduction
(d) waste heat
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(d) waste heat
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The change of energy from one form
to another is _____.
(a) states of matter
(b) energy transfer
(c) waste heat
(d) change of state
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(b) energy transfer
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Which energy transfers are taking
place?
(a) light to heat and electricity
(b) electricity to heat and light
(c) heat to light and electricity
(d) waste heat to light and electricity
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(b) electricity to heat and light
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All cups are full. Which cup has the
most energy?
(a) cup 1
(b) cup 2
(c) cup 3
(d) Cup 1 and cup 2 have the same
total energy.
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(b) cup 2
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Which part of the eye controls the
amount of light that enters?
(a) pupil
(b) iris
(c) lens
(d) retina
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(b) iris
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When a thermometer is warmed, the liquid
inside it rises. While this is happening,
what is true about the particles of the
liquid?
(a) They move less.
(b) They stop vibrating.
(c) They move more slowly.
(d) They have more energy.
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(d) They have more energy.
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Which causes an image to form
inside the eye?
(a) The cornea is transparent.
(b) The lens bends light rays.
(c) The pupil changes size.
(d) The optic nerve leads to the brain.
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(b) The lens bends light rays.
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What is Earth’s main source of heat
and light?
(a) gas
(b) oil
(c) sun
(d) electricity
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(c) sun
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What does temperature measure?
(a) heat in matter
(b) heat absorbed by matter
(c) total energy transferred by matter
(d) average energy of particles in matter
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(d) average energy of particles in
matter
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Emily is watching bread bake in an
oven. The oven door is closed, but
it is warm next to the oven. What
is warming Emily?
(a) reflection
(b) refraction
(c) solar power
(d) waste heat
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(d) waste heat
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Which of the following removes
waste heat?
(a) car radiator
(b) furnace
(c) heat engine
(d) turbine
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(a) car radiator
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Which example of matter would
carry heat by convection?
(a) bread
(b) lemonade
(c) sand
(d) seashells
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(b) lemonade
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Which material conducts heat
well?
(a) brick
(b) glass
(c) plastic
(d) silver
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(d) silver
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Which use of heat makes
changes in matter?
(a) bathing bodies
(b) heating homes
(c) melting metals
(d) washing clothes
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(c) melting metals
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The movement of heat between two
materials that are touching is
_____.
(a) convection
(b) radiation
(c) conduction
(d) waste heat
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(c) conduction
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The movement of heat in liquids
and gases from a warmer area
to a cooler area is _____.
(a) convection
(b) radiation
(c) conduction
(d) waste heat
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(a) convection
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The movement of heat without
matter to carry it is _____.
(a) convection
(b) radiation
(c) conduction
(d) waste heat
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(b) radiation
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Val places a pan on a hot electric
stove burner. How does the
burner heat the pan?
(a) conduction
(b) convection
(c) radiation
(d) reflection
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(a) conduction
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Light Waves
Recall what you know about light waves. Observe the
picture carefully.
A. Describe what happens to the light from the flashlight
as it shines into the fish tank.
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Part A
The light bends, or refracts, as it enters
the water.
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Light Waves
Recall what you know about light waves. Observe the
picture carefully.
B. Explain why this is happening.
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As the light leaves the air and enters the
water, it changes speed. Because the
light is hitting at a slant, the light bends.
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