QUIZ #1 - ELECTROMAGNETISM
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A kind of material that is repelled by a magnet is called ______________________.29Users enter free text
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A kind of material that is repelled by a magnet is called ______________________.Users enter free textType an Answer30s
In 1820, he concluded that an electric current produces magnetic field. (Complete name)Users enter free textType an Answer30s
Using the right hand screw rule, fingers indicate the direction of _______________________.Users enter free textType an Answer30s
Based on the deflection of the needle of compass, which is the south pole?
Based on the direction of magnetic field, which is the negative charge?
What happens to an electromagnet when the electric current passing through it is increased?
The strength of the magnetic field increases
The magnetic field collapses completely
The direction of the magnetic field reverses
The strength of the magnetic field decreases30s
A rock or a naturally occurring mineral with strong magnetic properties which is now commonly referred as magnet was formerly known as ____________________________.Users enter free textType an Answer30s
The farther the two magnets are together, the ___________________ the force between them.Users enter free textType an Answer45s
The interaction of electric currents or fields and magnetic fields is called ________________.Users enter free textType an Answer45s
A solenoid can be used as an electromagnet by:
Placing a permanent magnet inside the coil
Running alternating current through it
Running a constant direct current through it
Using a battery to power it on and off30s
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