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Magnetism Study Guide. Ally Filicicchia. TRUE/FALSE. Magnets are made up of atoms. . TRUE. It is possible for a charged particle to move through a magnetic field without experiencing a force. False. A magnet has a north, south, east, and west pole. False.

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magnetism study guide

Magnetism Study Guide

Ally Filicicchia

it is possible for a charged particle to move through a magnetic field without experiencing a force
It is possible for a charged particle to move through a magnetic field without experiencing a force.
  • False
a magnet is
A magnet is…
  • A famous scientist
  • A spinning electric charge
  • A force that brings 2 things together
  • Any material that attracts iron or things made of iron
which of the following would most likely be attracted to a magnet
Which of the following would most likely be attracted to a magnet?
  • Paper clips
  • Paper
  • Penny
  • Rubber band
if two magnets push each other away then their poles are
If two magnets push each other away, then their poles are…
  • Identical
  • The same shape
  • Opposite
  • The same color
what is a force
What is a force?
  • An acceleration of speed
  • A star wars reference
  • A decrease in speed
  • A push or a pull
the word static means
The word static means…
  • A force that is moving
  • A force that is not moving
  • Hair that is frizzy
  • Buzzing background noise
what is gravity
What is gravity?
  • Something in the sky
  • Something that pulls you down
  • A force of attraction between two objects due to their masses
  • Something in outer space
what do scientists think caused the earth s magnetic field
What do scientists think caused the earth’s magnetic field?
  • The movement of electric charges in the earth’s liquid outer core
  • Solar particles entering the north and south poles
  • The atoms that move through the domains of a field
  • A gigantic magnet buried in the earth’s crust
auroras seen near the south pole are called
Auroras seen near the south pole are called…
  • Aurora Borealis
  • Aurora Dustralis
  • Aurora Australis
  • Aurora Southern Lights