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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Magnetism and Electricity Questions

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Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by SGC315
What do you call a material that does not allow electricity to flow throught it?
  1. conductor
  2. insulator
  3. glass
  4. static
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by SGC315
Which of these things affect the strength of an electromagnet?
  1. the size of the core
  2. number of coils around the core
  3. shape of the core
  4. color of the core
  5. size of the poles
  6. thickness of the wire
  7. distance between the poles
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by Qalam
Which of these is the best conductor of electricity?
  1. Copper penny
  2. Glassrod
  3. Plastic tubing
  4. Cotton string
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by SGC315
A circuit that has only one path to follow is a series circuit.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by SGC315
This uses a magnet to convert motion into electrical energy.
  1. conductor
  2. generator
  3. resistor
  4. electrolyte
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by SGC315
An                      is an electric current that carries information.
  1. binary number system
  2. integrated circuit
  3. electrical signal
  4. semiconductor
  5. magnetic levitation
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by SGC315
What is used to measure how much current flows through a given part of a circuit in one second?
  1. watt
  2. voltage
  3. ampere
  4. circuit
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by SGC315
A material that can work as a conductor or as an insulator
  1. electromagnet
  2. magnet
  3. resistor
  4. semiconductor
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by SGC315
Both magnets and static electricity can attract and repel objects
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by TeacherAlex
A magnet is a piece of metal with two poles at the ends
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by TeacherAlex
An electromagnet is powered by electricity.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by TeacherAlex
An electromagnet is a magnet powered by electricity.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 :: Magnetism and Electricity by CaryBloomquist
Where on a magnet is the magnetic force strongest?
  1. at the north pole only
  2. at either pole
  3. halfway between the poles
  4. The force is equally strong everywhere.
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