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Magnet Review. What is a natural magnet?. A. a diamond B. lodestone C. an emerald D. a ruby. A magnet is __ at its poles. A. Strongest B. Cutest C. Smartest D. Weakest. What happens when south and north are together?. A. They repel each other. B. They attract each other.

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what is a natural magnet
What is a natural magnet?
  • A. a diamond
  • B. lodestone
  • C. an emerald
  • D. a ruby
a magnet is at its poles
A magnet is __ at its poles.
  • A. Strongest
  • B. Cutest
  • C. Smartest
  • D. Weakest
what happens when south and north are together
What happens when south and north are together?
  • A. They repel each other.
  • B. They attract each other.
  • C. Nothing happens.
  • D. They move away from each other.
what happens when north and north are together
What happens when north and north are together?
  • A. They repel each other.
  • B. They attract each other.
  • C. Nothing happens.
  • D. They move toward each other.
why is a compass helpful
Why is a compass helpful?
  • A. It always points east.
  • B. It always points west.
  • C. It always points south.
  • D. It always points north.