Lets Play Grade 10 Optics Jeopardy Woot woot

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Let’s Play Grade 10 Optics Jeopardy!! Woot, woot!

Let’s Play Grade 10 Optics Jeopardy!! Woot, woot!

The Categories Are

The Categories Are

Reflection

Reflection

Refraction

Refraction

Natural Optical Phenomena

Natural Optical Phenomena

Lenses

Lenses

The Human Eye

The Human Eye

Lens Math

Lens Math

Lenses The Human Eye Lens Math Reflection Refraction Natural Optical Phenomena 100 100 100

Lenses The Human Eye Lens Math Reflection Refraction Natural Optical Phenomena 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500

The Law of Reflection

The Law of Reflection

What is: the angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence

What is: the angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence

This type of solution is What are two The size and position of characterized

This type of solution is What are two The size and position of characterized by water an image formed by a molecules movingof into main ideas plane mirror and out of the cell at thethe cell theory? same rate Daily Double!

What is: same size, same distance from the mirror

What is: same size, same distance from the mirror

The name of the dotted line perpendicular to the surface

The name of the dotted line perpendicular to the surface

What is: the normal

What is: the normal

Maintaining conditions The angle of reflection suitable for survival

Maintaining conditions The angle of reflection suitable for survival

What is: angle C

What is: angle C

The angle of incidence o if angle D is 60

The angle of incidence o if angle D is 60

What is: o 30

What is: o 30

The bending of light due to a change in speed when moving from one

The bending of light due to a change in speed when moving from one medium to another

What is: refraction

What is: refraction

Describes what happens to the How many angle of refraction as light electrons pass

Describes what happens to the How many angle of refraction as light electrons pass travels from a medium with a lower index of refraction to a through a circuit medium with a higher index of in 1 refraction. second?

What is: decreases (bends toward the normal)

What is: decreases (bends toward the normal)

The ratio of the speed of light in a vacuum to the speed in

The ratio of the speed of light in a vacuum to the speed in a medium; describes the ability of a material to bend light rays Daily Double!

What is: index of refraction

What is: index of refraction

The cause of light being trapped inside a fiber optic

The cause of light being trapped inside a fiber optic

What is: total internal reflection

What is: total internal reflection

The name of the minimum angle of incidence required for total internal reflection to

The name of the minimum angle of incidence required for total internal reflection to occur

What is: critical angle

What is: critical angle

The sun must be behind you to see a rainbow, and it must reflect

The sun must be behind you to see a rainbow, and it must reflect off of water droplets in the air

What is: a rainbow

What is: a rainbow

They appear when ice crystals in the atmosphere refract sunlight (as opposed to water

They appear when ice crystals in the atmosphere refract sunlight (as opposed to water droplets for rainbows)

What are: Sundogs

What are: Sundogs

What of is the Strands DNA; An object that appears to be attractive force

What of is the Strands DNA; An object that appears to be attractive force contain on the ground but is not between water really there directions for molecules called? making protein

What is: a mirage

What is: a mirage

 When light travels through air at different temperatures, it refracts because hot air

When light travels through air at different temperatures, it refracts because hot air is less dense than cold air Because there is no distinct boundary between sections of air at different temperatures, the light does not bend at one specific point – it travels along a curved path Daily Double!

What is: Shimmering

What is: Shimmering

An optical effect in which the image of an object appears closer than the

An optical effect in which the image of an object appears closer than the object itself

What is: Apparent Depth

What is: Apparent Depth

Daily Double! The type of lens that converges light rays

Daily Double! The type of lens that converges light rays

What is: a convex lens

What is: a convex lens

The type of lens that diverges light rays

The type of lens that diverges light rays

What is: a concave lens

What is: a concave lens

Concave lenses produce these type(s) of images

Concave lenses produce these type(s) of images

What is: virtual

What is: virtual

Convex lenses produce these type(s) of images

Convex lenses produce these type(s) of images

What are: real and virtual

What are: real and virtual

The type of lens used to correct near-sightedness

The type of lens used to correct near-sightedness

What is: a concave lens

What is: a concave lens

§tissue that forms a transparent, If another isthe curved structure instudent the front of

§tissue that forms a transparent, If another isthe curved structure instudent the front of eye bullying or harassing §refracts light before it enters the you will it stop if you eye ignore it?

What is: the cornea

What is: the cornea

§The structure changes the What is an owl pellet? focal distance of the eye

§The structure changes the What is an owl pellet? focal distance of the eye to allow it to focus on objects at various distances

What is: The lens

What is: The lens

Daily Double! What causes presbyopia?

Daily Double! What causes presbyopia?

What is the: §lenses of the eye become less flexible §ciliary muscles can no

What is the: §lenses of the eye become less flexible §ciliary muscles can no longer make the lenses change shape and they turn into very stretched lenses

§far-sightedness (cannot focus on nearby objects) §caused by an eyeball that is too short

§far-sightedness (cannot focus on nearby objects) §caused by an eyeball that is too short §the rays reach the retina before they meet §Scientific Name?

What is: hyperopia

What is: hyperopia

A technology used to correct sightedness?

A technology used to correct sightedness?

What is: Laser Eye Surgery

What is: Laser Eye Surgery

The index of refraction in a diamond if the speed of light in a

The index of refraction in a diamond if the speed of light in a diamond is 8 1. 24 x 10 m/s

What is: 2. 42

What is: 2. 42

Movement of The speed of light in glass material into and that has an

Movement of The speed of light in glass material into and that has an index of outrefraction of theofcell is 1. 52 balanced

What is: 1. 97 x 8 10 m/s

What is: 1. 97 x 8 10 m/s

Scientist believe The image position when an object is placed 8. 5 cm the

Scientist believe The image position when an object is placed 8. 5 cm the two factors in front of a convex lens that cancer with acause focal length of 5. 5 cm are

What is: 16 cm

What is: 16 cm

Daily Double! The height of the image when a convex lens with a focal

Daily Double! The height of the image when a convex lens with a focal length of 22. 0 cm is used to view a 15. 0 cm long pencil located 10. 0 cm away

What is: 27. 5 cm

What is: 27. 5 cm

The image position of a 2. 0 cm tall object located 25 cm from

The image position of a 2. 0 cm tall object located 25 cm from a convex lens with a focal length of 5. 0 cm

What is: 6. 3 cm

What is: 6. 3 cm

Final Jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

Lenses

Lenses

The focal length of a lens if a stamp collector wants to magnify a

The focal length of a lens if a stamp collector wants to magnify a stamp by 4. 0 when the stamp is 3. 5 cm from the lens

What is: 4. 7 cm

What is: 4. 7 cm

Daily Double!

Daily Double!