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A good example of static discharge would be
a) lightning
b) shocking someone
c) sparks created when two objects get close to each other
d) all of the choices

Holding a charged balloon near a wall, causing the wall to be positively charged, is known as charge by
a) induction
b) conduction
c) reduction
d) production

A charged ruler is repelled by a charged glass test tube. The space between the objects is the
a) electric shock
b) induction
c) conduction
d) electric field

When I have an excess of electric charge, and I am able to shock someone, that means I have this.
a) static electricity
b) static discharge
c) induction
d) conduction

The repelling of electrons between charged rulers created this, which caused the hanging ruler to move
a) electric force
b) electric field
c) induction
d) conduction

This Law explains why two rulers with a negative charge go away from each other
a) Law of Electric Charge
b) Law of Matter
c) Law of Conservation of Charge
d) Law of Conservation of Matter

When a ruler gains a charge by being touched, this is known as charge by
a) induction
b) conduction
c) electric force
d) electric field

This law explains why charges move around and don't just disappear and reappear.
a) Law of electric charge
b) Law of Matter
c) Law of Conservation of Charge
d) Law of Conservation of Matter

Rubbing wool on a balloon is charging the balloon by:
a) friction
b) induction
c) reduction
d) shock

The only subatomic particles that can move from one atom to another are
a) protons
b) electrons
c) neutrons
d) nuclei

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