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Magnets (Grade 6)

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An electromagnet is a magnet powered by electricity.
  1. True
  2. False
If you place a south pole of a magnet close to the south pole of another magnet, they will attract each other.
  1. True
  2. False
Heating a magnet can destroy its magnetism.
  1. True
  2. False
How many poles does a magnet have?
  1. none
  2. one
  3. two
  4. four
Which is an example of a temporary magnet?
  1. magnetite
  2. electromagnet
  3. bar magnet
  4. horseshoe magnet
The space around a magnet where the force of the magnetism acts is the
  1. magnetism field.
  2. north seeking pole.
  3. south seeking pole.
  4. magnetic field.
Which object will not be attracted to a magnet?
  1. nail
  2. pencil
  3. paper clip
  4. pin
The two ends of a magnet are called                .
  1. charges
  2. poles
  3. magnetic fields
  4. circuits
Where on a magnet is the magnetic force strongest?
  1. The force is strongest at the north pole only.
  2. The force is strongest at both poles.
  3. The force is strongest halfway between the poles.
  4. The force is equally strong everywhere.
Draw a magnet attracting and repelling another magnet.

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