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10 questions
• Q1

A material that is unaffected by a magnetic field

Magnetised

Demagnetised

Unmagnetised

Non-magnetic

30s
• Q2

Both ends of a steel nail are attracted to the north AND south pole of a bar magnet. The nail is an example of...

A non magnetic material

An unmagnetised material

A magnetised material

30s
• Q3

Which of the following is non-magnetic

Iron

Cobalt

Nickel

Aluminium

30s
• Q4

Which of the following is correct?

N-S attract; N-N attract; S-N repel; S-S repel

N-S attract; S-N attract; N-N no interaction; S-S no interaction

N-N attract; S-S attract; N-S repel

N-S attract; S-N attract; N-N repel; S-S repel

30s
• Q5

When representing magnetic field lines on a diagram of a bar magnet, the arrows should point...

From S to S

From N to N

From N to S

From S to N

30s
• Q6

The arrows on field lines represent

The point at which the field is strongest

The direction in which the north pole of a compass would line up if placed on the field line.

The direction in which the south pole of a compass would line up if placed on the field line.

The point at which the field is weakest

30s
• Q7

The closer the field lines, the weaker the magnetic field

false
true
True or False
30s
• Q8

Where would you expect to find the highest field strength around a bar magnet?

The north pole

Close to the poles

The south pole

Half-way between the north and south poles

30s
• Q9

The Earth's geographic north pole (in the arctic circle) is actually a magnetic south pole.

true
false
True or False
30s
• Q10

Which statement is correct.

The north pole of a compass will always point toward the geographic south pole of the Earth.

The north pole of a compass will point toward the geographic south pole of the Earth, as long as there are no magnetic materials close by.

The north pole of a compass will always point toward the geographic north pole of the Earth.

The north pole of a compass will point toward the geographic north pole of the Earth, as long as there are no magnetic materials close by.

30s

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