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Host: E. Imengga Chapter 3
500 100 200 300 100 100 300 200 300 300 200 100 200 500 500 500 500 300 100 400 400 400 400 400 Mix What is a Mineral? Min...
A mineral must have a definite _______ structure. Category One for $100 Click here to check  your answer
crystalline Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $100
Category One for $200 The way a mineral breaks is determined by the arrangement of its ______. Click here to check  your a...
atoms Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $200
Gold is an example of a(n)  ______ because it is composed of only one type of atom. Category One for $300 Click here to ch...
element Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $300
Category One for $400 A naturally formed, inorganic solid with a crystalline structure is ______. Click here to check  you...
mineral Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
What is a mineral? Category One for $500 Click here to check  your answer
A mineral is a naturally formed, inorganic solid with a crystalline structure. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $500
More than 90% of earth’s crust is made up of ______ minerals. Category Two for $100 Click here to check  your answer
silicate Back to Jeopardy Board Category Two for $100
A mineral that is composed of only one element is called a _________. Category Two for $200 Click here to check  your answer
Native element Back to Jeopardy Board Category Two for $200
The most common classification of minerals is based on _______ composition. Category Two for $300 Click here to check  you...
chemical Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $300
Compounds that form when an element such aluminum or iron combines chemically with oxygen are called ________. Category Tw...
oxides Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
What is a native element? Category Two for $500 Click here to check  your answer
A native element is a mineral that is composed of only one element. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $500
When you say that an object is shiny or dull, you are describing its _______. Category Three for $100 Click here to check ...
luster Back to Jeopardy Board Category Three for $100
DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Answer
When identifying minerals, why is streak more reliable than color? DAILY DOUBLE Category Three for $200 Click here to chec...
The color of a mineral can be affected by exposure to air or water. The streak is not affected by this exposure and theref...
Category Three for $300 The ratio of an object’s mass to its volume is called _______. Click here to check  your answer
density Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $300
Category Three for $400 The tendency of some minerals to break along smooth, flat surfaces is _______. Click here to check...
cleavage Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
The special property that causes some minerals to glow is _______. (Give the correct spelling) Category Three for $500 Cli...
fluorescence Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $500
Carat is the term for the ______ of a gemstone. Category Four for $100 Click here to check  your answer
mass Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $100
Category Four for $200 Minerals such as gypsum and halite are left behind when ______ evaporates. Click here to check  you...
saltwater Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $200
Returning the land to the way it was before mining is  called ________. Category Four for $300 Click here to check  your a...
reclamation Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $300
Open pits and quarries are types of ___________. Category Four for $400 Click here to check  your answer
Surface mines Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
How can mining cause water pollution? Category Four for $500 Click here to check  your answer
The waste products from a mine can introduce toxic concentrations of elements into rivers, lakes and ground water. Back to...
Category Five for $100 A mineral’s streak can be found by rubbing the mineral against a ___________. Click here to check  ...
Streak plate Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $100
The most important characteristic of a gemstone is ___________. Category Five for $200 Click here to check  your answer
Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $200 color
A mineral of any given hardness will scratch a mineral that is __________ than it is. Category Five for $300 Click here to...
softer Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $300
When changes in pressure, temperature or chemical makeup alter a rock, ___________ takes place and minerals can form. Cate...
metamorphism Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $400
What is ore? Category Five for $500 Click here to check  your answer
Ore is a mineral deposit large enough and pure enough to be mined for profit. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $500
1000 200 400 600 200 200 600 400 600 600 400 200 400 1000 1000 1000 1000 600 200 800 800 800 800 800 Mix What is a Mineral...
A mineral must have a definite _____ structure. Category One for $200 Click here to check  your answer
crystalline Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $200
Category One for $400 The way a mineral breaks is determined by the arrangement of its _______. Click here to check  your ...
atoms Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
Gold is an example of an element because it is composed of only one type of _______. Category One for $600 Click here to c...
atom Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $600
Category One for $800 The most common classification of minerals is based on ____ composition. Click here to check  your a...
Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $800 chemical
What is a mineral? Category One for $1000 Click here to check  your answer
A mineral is a naturally formed, inorganic solid with a crystalline structure. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $1000
More than____ of earth’s crust is made up of silicate minerals. Category Two for $200 Click here to check  your answer
90% Back to Jeopardy Board Category Two for $200
A mineral that is composed of only one element is called a _______. Category Two for $400 Click here to check  your answer
native Back to Jeopardy Board Category Two for $400
Compounds that form when an element such as aluminum or iron combines chemically with oxygen are called ______. Category T...
oxides Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $600
Minerals that are good conductors of heat and electricity are ________. Category Two for $800 Click here to check  your an...
Metallic minerals Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $800
What is a native element? Category Two for $1000 Click here to check  your answer
A native element is a mineral that is composed of only one element . Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $1000
The tendency of some minerals to break along smooth, flat surfaces is ________. Category Three for $200 Click here to chec...
cleavage Back to Jeopardy Board Category Three for $200
When you say that an object is shiny or dull, you are describing _______. Category Three for $400 Click here to check  you...
luster Back to Jeopardy Board Category Three for $400
Category Three for $600 A mineral’s streak can be found by rubbing the mineral against a _________. Click here to check  y...
Streak plate Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $600
Category Three for $800 A mineral of any given hardness will scratch a mineral that is ____ than it is. Click here to chec...
softer Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $800
What is density? Category Three for $1000 Click here to check  your answer
Density is the ratio of an object’s mass to its volume. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $1000
Open pits and quarries are types of _________. Category Four for $200 Click here to check  your answer
Surface mines Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $200
Category Four for $400 Returning the land to the way it was before mining is called ______. Click here to check  your answer
reclamation Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $400
When changes in pressure, temperature or chemical makeup alter a rock, ______ takes place and minerals can form. Category ...
metamorphism Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $600
The most important characteristic of a gemstone is ______. Category Four for $800 Click here to check  your answer
color Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $800
DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Answer
What are two ways in which the harmful effects of mining can be reduced? Category Four for $1000 Click here to check  your...
The harmful effects of mining can be reduced by practicing land reclamation and recycling minerals. Back to Jeopardy Board...
Category Five for $200 Minerals that are good conductors of heat and electricity are ________. Click here to check  your a...
Metallic minerals Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $200
The special property that causes some minerals to glow is ___________. (Spell the word correctly) Category Five for $400 C...
fluorescence Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $400
DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Answer
What is ore? Category Five for $600 Click here to check  your answer DAILY DOUBLE
Ore is a mineral deposit large enough and pure enough to be mined for profit. Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $600
How can mining cause water pollution? Category Five for $800 Click here to check  your answer
The waste products from a mine can introduce toxic concentrations of elements into rivers, lakes and ground water. Back to...
When identifying minerals, why is streak more reliable than color? Category Five for $1000 Click here to check  your answer
The color of a mineral can be affected by exposure to air or water. The streak is not affected by this exposure.  Back to ...
Final Jeopardy Category answer
One carat is equivalent to 0.2 g which is =______ mg Final Jeopardy Click here to check  your answer
200 Back to Jeopardy Board Final Jeopardy
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Chapter 3mineral powerpoint

  1. 1. Host: E. Imengga Chapter 3
  2. 2. 500 100 200 300 100 100 300 200 300 300 200 100 200 500 500 500 500 300 100 400 400 400 400 400 Mix What is a Mineral? Mining and Uses of Minerals Properties of Minerals Mineral Groups 200 Game Title Double Jeopardy
  3. 3. A mineral must have a definite _______ structure. Category One for $100 Click here to check your answer
  4. 4. crystalline Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $100
  5. 5. Category One for $200 The way a mineral breaks is determined by the arrangement of its ______. Click here to check your answer
  6. 6. atoms Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $200
  7. 7. Gold is an example of a(n) ______ because it is composed of only one type of atom. Category One for $300 Click here to check your answer
  8. 8. element Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $300
  9. 9. Category One for $400 A naturally formed, inorganic solid with a crystalline structure is ______. Click here to check your answer
  10. 10. mineral Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
  11. 11. What is a mineral? Category One for $500 Click here to check your answer
  12. 12. A mineral is a naturally formed, inorganic solid with a crystalline structure. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $500
  13. 13. More than 90% of earth’s crust is made up of ______ minerals. Category Two for $100 Click here to check your answer
  14. 14. silicate Back to Jeopardy Board Category Two for $100
  15. 15. A mineral that is composed of only one element is called a _________. Category Two for $200 Click here to check your answer
  16. 16. Native element Back to Jeopardy Board Category Two for $200
  17. 17. The most common classification of minerals is based on _______ composition. Category Two for $300 Click here to check your answer
  18. 18. chemical Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $300
  19. 19. Compounds that form when an element such aluminum or iron combines chemically with oxygen are called ________. Category Two for $400 Click here to check your answer
  20. 20. oxides Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
  21. 21. What is a native element? Category Two for $500 Click here to check your answer
  22. 22. A native element is a mineral that is composed of only one element. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $500
  23. 23. When you say that an object is shiny or dull, you are describing its _______. Category Three for $100 Click here to check your answer
  24. 24. luster Back to Jeopardy Board Category Three for $100
  25. 25. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Answer
  26. 26. When identifying minerals, why is streak more reliable than color? DAILY DOUBLE Category Three for $200 Click here to check your answer
  27. 27. The color of a mineral can be affected by exposure to air or water. The streak is not affected by this exposure and therefore provides a more reliable identifier. Back to Jeopardy Board Category Three for $200
  28. 28. Category Three for $300 The ratio of an object’s mass to its volume is called _______. Click here to check your answer
  29. 29. density Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $300
  30. 30. Category Three for $400 The tendency of some minerals to break along smooth, flat surfaces is _______. Click here to check your answer
  31. 31. cleavage Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
  32. 32. The special property that causes some minerals to glow is _______. (Give the correct spelling) Category Three for $500 Click here to check your answer
  33. 33. fluorescence Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $500
  34. 34. Carat is the term for the ______ of a gemstone. Category Four for $100 Click here to check your answer
  35. 35. mass Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $100
  36. 36. Category Four for $200 Minerals such as gypsum and halite are left behind when ______ evaporates. Click here to check your answer
  37. 37. saltwater Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $200
  38. 38. Returning the land to the way it was before mining is called ________. Category Four for $300 Click here to check your answer
  39. 39. reclamation Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $300
  40. 40. Open pits and quarries are types of ___________. Category Four for $400 Click here to check your answer
  41. 41. Surface mines Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
  42. 42. How can mining cause water pollution? Category Four for $500 Click here to check your answer
  43. 43. The waste products from a mine can introduce toxic concentrations of elements into rivers, lakes and ground water. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $500
  44. 44. Category Five for $100 A mineral’s streak can be found by rubbing the mineral against a ___________. Click here to check your answer
  45. 45. Streak plate Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $100
  46. 46. The most important characteristic of a gemstone is ___________. Category Five for $200 Click here to check your answer
  47. 47. Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $200 color
  48. 48. A mineral of any given hardness will scratch a mineral that is __________ than it is. Category Five for $300 Click here to check your answer
  49. 49. softer Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $300
  50. 50. When changes in pressure, temperature or chemical makeup alter a rock, ___________ takes place and minerals can form. Category Five for $400 Click here to check your answer
  51. 51. metamorphism Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $400
  52. 52. What is ore? Category Five for $500 Click here to check your answer
  53. 53. Ore is a mineral deposit large enough and pure enough to be mined for profit. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $500
  54. 54. 1000 200 400 600 200 200 600 400 600 600 400 200 400 1000 1000 1000 1000 600 200 800 800 800 800 800 Mix What is a Mineral? Mining and Uses of Minerals Properties of Minerals Mineral Groups 400 Double Jeopardy Final Jeopardy
  55. 55. A mineral must have a definite _____ structure. Category One for $200 Click here to check your answer
  56. 56. crystalline Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $200
  57. 57. Category One for $400 The way a mineral breaks is determined by the arrangement of its _______. Click here to check your answer
  58. 58. atoms Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $400
  59. 59. Gold is an example of an element because it is composed of only one type of _______. Category One for $600 Click here to check your answer
  60. 60. atom Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $600
  61. 61. Category One for $800 The most common classification of minerals is based on ____ composition. Click here to check your answer
  62. 62. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $800 chemical
  63. 63. What is a mineral? Category One for $1000 Click here to check your answer
  64. 64. A mineral is a naturally formed, inorganic solid with a crystalline structure. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $1000
  65. 65. More than____ of earth’s crust is made up of silicate minerals. Category Two for $200 Click here to check your answer
  66. 66. 90% Back to Jeopardy Board Category Two for $200
  67. 67. A mineral that is composed of only one element is called a _______. Category Two for $400 Click here to check your answer
  68. 68. native Back to Jeopardy Board Category Two for $400
  69. 69. Compounds that form when an element such as aluminum or iron combines chemically with oxygen are called ______. Category Two for $600 Click here to check your answer
  70. 70. oxides Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $600
  71. 71. Minerals that are good conductors of heat and electricity are ________. Category Two for $800 Click here to check your answer
  72. 72. Metallic minerals Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $800
  73. 73. What is a native element? Category Two for $1000 Click here to check your answer
  74. 74. A native element is a mineral that is composed of only one element . Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $1000
  75. 75. The tendency of some minerals to break along smooth, flat surfaces is ________. Category Three for $200 Click here to check your answer
  76. 76. cleavage Back to Jeopardy Board Category Three for $200
  77. 77. When you say that an object is shiny or dull, you are describing _______. Category Three for $400 Click here to check your answer
  78. 78. luster Back to Jeopardy Board Category Three for $400
  79. 79. Category Three for $600 A mineral’s streak can be found by rubbing the mineral against a _________. Click here to check your answer
  80. 80. Streak plate Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $600
  81. 81. Category Three for $800 A mineral of any given hardness will scratch a mineral that is ____ than it is. Click here to check your answer
  82. 82. softer Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $800
  83. 83. What is density? Category Three for $1000 Click here to check your answer
  84. 84. Density is the ratio of an object’s mass to its volume. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $1000
  85. 85. Open pits and quarries are types of _________. Category Four for $200 Click here to check your answer
  86. 86. Surface mines Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $200
  87. 87. Category Four for $400 Returning the land to the way it was before mining is called ______. Click here to check your answer
  88. 88. reclamation Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $400
  89. 89. When changes in pressure, temperature or chemical makeup alter a rock, ______ takes place and minerals can form. Category Four for $600 Click here to check your answer
  90. 90. metamorphism Back to Jeopardy Board Category Four for $600
  91. 91. The most important characteristic of a gemstone is ______. Category Four for $800 Click here to check your answer
  92. 92. color Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $800
  93. 93. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Answer
  94. 94. What are two ways in which the harmful effects of mining can be reduced? Category Four for $1000 Click here to check your answer DAILY DOUBLE
  95. 95. The harmful effects of mining can be reduced by practicing land reclamation and recycling minerals. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $1000
  96. 96. Category Five for $200 Minerals that are good conductors of heat and electricity are ________. Click here to check your answer
  97. 97. Metallic minerals Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $200
  98. 98. The special property that causes some minerals to glow is ___________. (Spell the word correctly) Category Five for $400 Click here to check your answer
  99. 99. fluorescence Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $400
  100. 100. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Answer
  101. 101. What is ore? Category Five for $600 Click here to check your answer DAILY DOUBLE
  102. 102. Ore is a mineral deposit large enough and pure enough to be mined for profit. Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $600
  103. 103. How can mining cause water pollution? Category Five for $800 Click here to check your answer
  104. 104. The waste products from a mine can introduce toxic concentrations of elements into rivers, lakes and ground water. Back to Jeopardy Board Category Five for $800
  105. 105. When identifying minerals, why is streak more reliable than color? Category Five for $1000 Click here to check your answer
  106. 106. The color of a mineral can be affected by exposure to air or water. The streak is not affected by this exposure. Back to Jeopardy Board Category One for $1000
  107. 107. Final Jeopardy Category answer
  108. 108. One carat is equivalent to 0.2 g which is =______ mg Final Jeopardy Click here to check your answer
  109. 109. 200 Back to Jeopardy Board Final Jeopardy

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