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Sound jeopardy

  1. 2. THIS IS JEEPARTY
  2. 3. With Host... Your Mrs. Kelly
  3. 4. 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Waves Speed of Sound Sound Production Sound Detection Sound Quality Vocabulary
  4. 5. A disturbance that transfers energy from one place to another A 100
  5. 6. What is a wave? A 100
  6. 7. A wave that travels perpendicular to the disturbance A 200
  7. 8. What is a Transverse Wave? A 200
  8. 9. A wave that travels in the same direction as the disturbance. A 300
  9. 10. What is a Longitudinal Wave? A 300
  10. 11. The type of wave that requires a medium to travel through A 400
  11. 12. What is a Mechanical Wave? A 400
  12. 13. Wavelength x Frequency A 500
  13. 14. What is the formula for Wave Speed? A 500
  14. 15. Empty space that sound cannot travel through B 100
  15. 16. What is a vacuum? B 100
  16. 17. Sound travels fastest in this state of matter B 200
  17. 18. What is a liquid? B 200
  18. 19. Where does sound travel faster? Whistling on a cool spring day OR Humming on a summer day B 300
  19. 20. Humming on a summer day B 300
  20. 21. Where does sound travel faster? Clapping your hands underwater in a pool OR Calling your sister from the deck of a pool B 400
  21. 22. Clapping hands under water in a pool B 400
  22. 23. Where does sound travel faster? Gray whales calling to each other in the ocean OR Wolves howling to each other on a hot summer night B 500
  23. 24. Gray whales calling to each other in the ocean B 500
  24. 25. The 1 st step in the human body producing sound C 100
  25. 26. What is muscles pushing air from the lungs? C 100
  26. 27. The part of the human body that vibrates to create sound C 200
  27. 28. What are the vocal cords C 200
  28. 29. This is required to start a sound wave C 300
  29. 30. What are vibrations? C 300
  30. 31. DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
  31. 32. The bunched up areas of particles that vibrate when a sound wave travels through a medium C 400
  32. 33. What is compression? C 400
  33. 34. Sound waves start here in the human body C 500 1 2 3
  34. 35. What is number 3, the lungs? C 500
  35. 36. D 100 The part of the human body that first detects sound.
  36. 37. D 100 What is the outer ear
  37. 38. D 200 Sound travels down the ear canal and vibrates off this
  38. 39. What is the ear drum? D 200
  39. 40. D 300 The three bones in the human ear
  40. 41. What is hammer, anvil, and stirrup? D 300
  41. 42. D 400 The part of the inner ear that carries the vibrations to the brain
  42. 43. What is the cochlea? D 400
  43. 44. D 500 There are approximately 30,000 of these in the cochlea or inner ear
  44. 45. What are hair cells? D 500
  45. 46. The quality of highness or lowness of a sound E 100
  46. 47. What is Pitch? E 100
  47. 48. The pitch of this wave E 200
  48. 49. What is high-pitch? E 200
  49. 50. The frequencies the human ear can hear E 300
  50. 51. What is 20-20,000 Hz? E 300
  51. 52. Sound waves above 20,000 Hz E 400
  52. 53. What is ultrasound? E 400
  53. 54. The strengthening of a sound wave when it combines with an object’s natural frequency E 500
  54. 55. What is Resonance? E 500
  55. 56. One complete wavelength per second; the unit used to measure sound frequencies. F 100
  56. 57. What is Hertz (Hz)? F 100
  57. 58. Another word for sound quality F 200
  58. 59. What is timbre? F 200
  59. 60. A rapid, back and forth motion F 300
  60. 61. What is a vibration? F 300
  61. 62. The changed in perceived pitch that occurs when a source or the receiver of a sound is moving F 400
  62. 63. What is The Doppler Effect? F 400
  63. 64. A wave that is produced by a vibrating object and travels through matter F 500
  64. 65. What is sound? F 500
  65. 66. The Final Jeopardy Category is: Waves Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
  66. 67. Label the diagram Click on screen to continue
  67. 68. Click on screen to continue
  68. 69. Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT

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