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Electromagnetism is best described as:
a) a really difficult word to spell. b) the interaction between electricity and magnetism. c) the way magnets occur naturally. d) none of the above.
A coil of wire that produces a magnetic field when carrying an electric current is known as:
a) a solenoid b) a ferromagnet c) a bar magnet d) none of the above
Which of the following would produce the strongest electromagnet?
a) iron nail with a d cell battery and 10 tightly wrapped wire coils around the nail b) iron nail with a d cell battery and 20 tightly wrapped wire coils around the nail c) iron nail with a d cell battery and 30 tightly wrapped wire coils around the nail d) iron nail with a d cell battery and 40 tightly wrapped wire coils around the nail
An electromagnet is made up of a solenoid wrapped around a(n) ______ core.
a) nickel b) cobalt c) silver d) iron
Which of the following is an excellent example of electromagnet applications?
a) Bar Magnet b) Horseshoe Magnet c) Doorbell d) None of the above
What does a galvanometer measure?
a) voltage b) magnetic power c) current d) resistance
A transformer increases or decreases the _______ of alternating current
a) voltage b) resistance c) current d) none of the above
Electric generators change
a) mechanical energy to electrical energy. b) electrical energy to mechanical energy. c) mechanical energy to kinetic energy. d) kinetic energy to mechanical energy.
An electric motor changes
a) mechanical energy to electrical energy. b) electrical energy to mechanical energy. c) mechanical energy to kinetic energy. d) kinetic energy to mechanical energy.
Electricity and Magnetism are:
a) closely related and have many similar traits. b) have little in common and as such should not be studied in conjunction with one another. c) have nothing in common and should be taught separately. d) none of the above.
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