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Identify   Define   Experiments   Rocks   Geologists   Etc.


100        100        100         100      100         100

...
Hardness 3, white streak,
       cleavage




                            A 100
Hardness 5, dark green,
 nonmetallic, cleavage




                          A 200
Hardness 4, white streak,
 nonmetallic, cleavage




                            A 300
Purple, colorless streak, fracture




                                     A 400
Yellow, metallic, hardness 6




                               A 500
Geologist




            B 100
Mineral




          B 200
Evaporation




              B 300
Fracture




           B 400
Dissolve




           B 500
What is one this we used to
 scratch minerals, besides
        fingernails?




                              C 100
What rock has calcite in it?




                               C 200
What happens when you put
   vinegar on calcite?




                            C 300
DAILY
 Place A Wager
DOUBLE
                 C 400
Is one property enough to
identify a mineral? Why or Why
              not?




                                 C 400
What color is fluorite?




                          C 500
What is the same about
    ALL rocks?




                         D 100
What are you testing when
you scratch a mineral with
    different objects?




                             D 200
What is the Mohs Scale?




                          D 300
How are sedimentary rocks
        formed?




                            D 400
How are marble and
 limestone related?



                      D 500
Why do geologists carry a
bottle of acid with them in the
             field?



                                  E 100
What do geologists use to make
       rock samples?




                                 E 200
Why do geologists think acid
  rain is bad for marble
       monuments?



                               E 300
What would a geologist probably
   carry to test minerals for
     hardness? (Name 2)




                                ...
Why do geologists usually look
       for outcrops?




                                 E 500
Where do you usually
 find igneous rocks?




                       F 100
Where is the Taj Mahal located?




                                  F 200
What is the Washington
Monument mostly made out of?




                               F 300
How are metamorphic rocks
        formed?




                            F 400
What is a gem?




                 F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is:
     THE ROCK CYCLE
  Please record your wager.



                    Click on screen to ...
How can a sedimentary rock change
    into a metamorphic rock?




                    Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!
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  1. 1. THIS IS
  2. 2. Identify Define Experiments Rocks Geologists Etc. 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
  3. 3. Hardness 3, white streak, cleavage A 100
  4. 4. Hardness 5, dark green, nonmetallic, cleavage A 200
  5. 5. Hardness 4, white streak, nonmetallic, cleavage A 300
  6. 6. Purple, colorless streak, fracture A 400
  7. 7. Yellow, metallic, hardness 6 A 500
  8. 8. Geologist B 100
  9. 9. Mineral B 200
  10. 10. Evaporation B 300
  11. 11. Fracture B 400
  12. 12. Dissolve B 500
  13. 13. What is one this we used to scratch minerals, besides fingernails? C 100
  14. 14. What rock has calcite in it? C 200
  15. 15. What happens when you put vinegar on calcite? C 300
  16. 16. DAILY Place A Wager DOUBLE C 400
  17. 17. Is one property enough to identify a mineral? Why or Why not? C 400
  18. 18. What color is fluorite? C 500
  19. 19. What is the same about ALL rocks? D 100
  20. 20. What are you testing when you scratch a mineral with different objects? D 200
  21. 21. What is the Mohs Scale? D 300
  22. 22. How are sedimentary rocks formed? D 400
  23. 23. How are marble and limestone related? D 500
  24. 24. Why do geologists carry a bottle of acid with them in the field? E 100
  25. 25. What do geologists use to make rock samples? E 200
  26. 26. Why do geologists think acid rain is bad for marble monuments? E 300
  27. 27. What would a geologist probably carry to test minerals for hardness? (Name 2) E 400
  28. 28. Why do geologists usually look for outcrops? E 500
  29. 29. Where do you usually find igneous rocks? F 100
  30. 30. Where is the Taj Mahal located? F 200
  31. 31. What is the Washington Monument mostly made out of? F 300
  32. 32. How are metamorphic rocks formed? F 400
  33. 33. What is a gem? F 500
  34. 34. The Final Jeopardy Category is: THE ROCK CYCLE Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
  35. 35. How can a sedimentary rock change into a metamorphic rock? Click on screen to continue
  36. 36. Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!
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