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Post Test: Science G10 2Q Module 6

Quiz by Jerald U. Carilla

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  • Q1

    1. Which is/are TRUE about an electric motor?

    I. It uses magnets to create a circular motion.

    II. It uses magnets to create rotational motion.

    III. It converts electrical energy into a mechanical one.

    IV. It depends on the interaction of magnetic and electric fields.

    I and II

    II and IV

    II and III

    I and III

    30s
  • Q2

    2. An electric generator converts energy from _____________ to ________________.

    electrical to mechanical

    chemical to electrical

    mechanical to electrical 

    electrical to chemical

    30s
  • Q3

    3. Which principle works with an electric motor and generator respectively?

    electromagnetic induction and current-carrying conductor inducing a magnetic field

    Faraday’s Law and Ampere’s Law

    Fleming’s Right-Hand Rule and Electromagnetic induction

    current-carrying conductor inducing a magnetic field and electromagnetic induction

    30s
  • Q4

    4. In which part of an electric motor is electric current supplied to create magnetic force?

    stator

    brushes

    armature

    commutator

    30s
  • Q5

    5. In which part of an electric generator is an electric current produced due to the induced electromotive force (emf)?

    stator

    armature

    brushes

    commutator

    30s
  • Q6

    6. Which part of an electric motor provides a magnetic field allowing the inner coil wire within to rotate as the electric current passes through?

    terminal

    field magnet

    armature

    brushes

    30s
  • Q7

    7. In which position an electric motor experiences a strong magnetic force?

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    30s
  • Q8

    8. Which part of an electric generator induces voltage difference and converts direct current (DC) into an alternating one (AC)?

    stator

    armature

    commutator

    brushes

    30s
  • Q9

    9. According to Fleming’s Left-Hand Rule, a current-carrying wire receives no force of the magnetic field __________

    parallel to the magnetic field.

    at a right angle to the magnetic field

    at an oblique position to the magnetic field.

    at 45 degrees to the magnetic field.

    30s
  • Q10

    10. Which statements are TRUE?

    I. Magnetic force is the push or pulls in a magnet.

    II. Electric field is the region around an electric charge.

    III. Magnetism is possible in a non-current carrying wire.

    IV. Electric field is the push or pulls experienced by an object in an electric field.

    II and III

    I and II

    III and IV

    IV and I

    30s

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