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# Magnetism and Electricity Questions - All Grades

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When you are at home, turning off a light usually does not turn off your T.V. This is because
1. most electrical devices in a house are on parallel circuits
2. most electrical devices in a house are on series circuits
3. they have different sources of voltage
4. a T.V. does not require electricity
Lightning is a form of what?
1. force
2. electricity
3. magnetism
If you want to increase the current in a circuit, and you have two 9V batteries, you should
1. connect the batteries in series because it will increase the voltage to 18V
2. connect the batteries in parallel because it will decrease the voltage but provide more amperes
3. connect the batteries in series because it will decrease the voltage but provide more amperes
4. connect the batteries in parallel because it will increase the voltage to 18V
Which of the following statements about magnetism is true?
1. Magnetism is weakest at the poles of the Earth.
2. Magnetism is strongest at the poles of the Earth.
3. Forces that draw objects toward each other are said to repel.
4. If the two poles North and South try to interact they will repel.
Which term means to pull together?
1. repel
2. attract
4. diamonds
Which term means to push apart?
1. repel
2. attract
3. refraction
4. electrodes
What is a circuit with no gaps or breaks in it?
1. open circuit
2. mechanical energy
3. sound energy
4. closed circuit
The pull of a magnet is strongest at its
1. circuit
2. poles
3. static electricity
4. insulator
All magnets have 2 of these.
1. sides
2. names
3. sounds
4. poles
Substances which allow current to pass through are
1. Conductors
2. Inductors
3. Insulators
4. None of the Above
A region of magnetic force surrounding a magnet is a/an
1. insulator
2. conductor
3. magnetic field
4. filament