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Lightning is a form of what?
1. force
2. electricity
3. magnetism
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
Magnets attract materials made of                 and                .
1. iron; cooper
2. iron; paper
3. wood; iron
4. steel; iron
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
Electricity will travel in a broken circuit.
1. True
2. False
What is the term for a region of magnetic force surrounding a magnet?
1. insulator
2. conductor
3. magnetic field
4. filament
When the north pole of one magnet faces the south pole of another magnet, the magnets
1. attract and then fall off.
2. fall off and then stick together.
3. attract and stick together.
4. stick together and fly.
If you break a magnet into two pieces, what happens to its magnetic poles?
1. There is no effect.
2. Each magnet will have two south poles.
3. Each magnet will have two north poles.
4. Each magnet will have a north and south pole.
One example of a resistor is a                 .
1. battery
2. filament
3. parallel circuit
4. power cord
Which object will the magnet attract?
What are some examples of good conductors?
1. wood, rubber, glass
2. metal, salt, water
3. grass, food, gas
4. oxygen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen
Electric current flows along a single path in a                 .
1. parallel circuit
2. series circuit
3. short circuit
4. circuit
A circuit is a closed circuit when
1. there are no gaps in its path.
2. it has two or more batteries.
3. it contains a switch.
4. there is a gap in its path.
The magnetic force between two magnets are                 when the magnets are far apart
1. stronger
2. weaker
3. the same
A washing machine is an example of transforming
1. electricity into motion energy.
2. motion energy into electric energy.
3. electricity into light.
4. heat into motion energy.
The two ends of a magnet are called                .
1. charges
2. poles
3. magnetic fields
4. circuits
When you bring two magnets together they will either attract or                 each other
1. break
2. repel
3. force
A                  connects each load to the power source by different paths called branches.
1. parallel circuit
2. series circuit
3. short circuit
4. circuit
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