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    10 Qs

    1. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Which element is magnetic?

    answer choices calcium chromium carbon cobalt 2. Multiple-choice 45 seconds Q.

    Jill uses a magnet to pick up a nail. Then, she touches the nail to a paper clip and picks up the paper clip. What will most likely happen when she pulls the magnet away from the nail?

    answer choices

    The paper clip will stay attached to the nail because the nail is now a permanent magnet.

    The paper clip will stay attached to the nail because the paper clip is now a permanent magnet.

    The paper clip will fall off of the nail because the nail was only a temporary magnet.

    The paper clip will fall off of the nail because the nail is now magnetized in the opposite direction.

    3. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Mr. Garcia uses magnets to hold a poster on a steel filing cabinet because a main component of steel is

    answer choices iron. carbon. plastic. glass. 4. Multiple-choice 45 seconds Q.

    Which refers to the ends of a magnet where the forces are strongest?

    answer choices attracting forces opposing forces magnetic fields magnetic poles 5. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    In an illustration, lines of force are drawn around a magnet to illustrate the magnetic

    field. induction. poles. force. answer choices field. induction. poles. force. 6. Multiple-choice 45 seconds Q.

    Which statement about Earth’s core helps explain Earth’s magnetic field?

    answer choices

    Earth’s core is composed of magnets.

    Earth’s core is composed of iron and nickel.

    The outer core is solid.

    The inner core is liquid and moving.

    7. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Which best describes Earth’s magnetic field lines?

    answer choices

    The field lines go out of Earth near the South Pole, enter Earth in the North Pole, and are aligned with the geographic poles

    The field lines go out of Earth near the South Pole, enter Earth in the North Pole, and are not aligned with the geographic poles.

    The field lines go out of Earth near the North Pole, enter Earth in the South Pole, and are aligned with the geographic poles.

    The field lines go out of Earth near the North Pole, enter Earth in the South Pole, and are not aligned with the geographic poles.

    8. Multiple-choice 45 seconds Q.

    A compass taken to Earth’s moon does not point in a specific direction on the moon.

    What is the most likely reason for the difference between how the compass works on Earth and on the moon?

    answer choices

    The moon lacks an atmosphere.

    The moon contains no rocks that have iron.

    The moon does not have a strong magnetic field.

    The moon has no bodies of water.

    9. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    An object that is made of which material is likely to be attracted to a magnet?

    answer choices nitrogen nickel paper plastic 10. Multiple-choice 45 seconds Q.

    How are the magnetic field lines near the south pole of a magnet affected when a second south pole is brought near it?

    answer choices

    The field lines combine with the lines around the second south pole.

    The field lines overlap with the lines from the second south pole.

    The field lines bend toward the second south pole.

    The field lines bend away from the second south pole.

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    iron, that's the correct answer. u can go through it . And Mark me as a Breinlist. thank uh . have a good day

    Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon containing less than 2% carbon and 1% manganese and small amounts of silicon, phosphorus, sulphur and oxygen. Steel is the world's most important engineering and construction material.

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    steel is mixture of iron and carbon and magnet do not attract to steel

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    Mr. Garcia uses magnets to hold a poster on a steel filing cabinet because a main component of steel is

    iron

    Which statement describes a property of magnets?

    Magnets attract or repel other magnets.

    Which element is magnetic?

    cobalt

    The ends of a magnet where the forces are the strongest are called magnetic

    poles.

    The diagram shows the field lines near the poles, X and Y, of two magnets.

    Based on the field lines, what are the poles of the magnets?

    X: north Y: north

    How are the magnetic field lines near the south pole of a magnet affected when a second south pole is brought near it?

    The field lines bend away from the second south pole.

    Which best describes Earth's magnetic field lines?

    The field lines go out of Earth near Antarctica, enter Earth in northern Canada, and are not aligned with the geographic poles.

    Mateo drew the field lines around the ends of two bar magnets but forgot to label the direction of the lines with arrows.

    In which direction should an arrow at position 1 point?

    left

    Which statements correctly describe Earth's magnetic field? Check all that apply.

    Field lines enter Earth near the North Pole.

    The magnetic pole near Antarctica is a north pole.

    Joe follows the procedure below to make a compass.

    1. Move a magnet from the top of a needle to its point fifty times.

    2. Lay the needle on a cork that is floating in a bowl of water.

    3. Observe the direction that the needle points.

    What is the purpose of step 1?

    to magnetize the needle

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