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A _____________ is an example of a natural magnet. lodestone
What is a temporary magnet? is a metal object that has been magnetized by rubbing a magnet over it several times. It will eventually lose its power over time.
a ________magnet be weakened over time. permanent
the Earth's magnetic field is most like a ______ magnet. bar
what kind of objects are attracted to magnets? contains iron or nickel.. examples: bolts and nuts, paperclip, nails, wire
what kind of objects are NOT attracted to magnets ? glass,plastic,rubber bands, aluminum, copper
Are there ALWAYS two poles on a magnet ? True the North and the South
On a magnet opposites ___________. Attract
On a magnet like poles _________. repel
The needle on of a compass turns until the north-seeking pole points to Earth's _______ north pole. magnetic
A _________________ is an object that attracts, repels, pulls, certain metals, mainly iron and stell magnet
What are some uses for magnets? compass, trains, attaching items to things like a refrigerator.
Can you create a temporary magnet? Yes, A temporary magnet is created when a magnetic metal (like scissors or an iron nail) are rubbed with a permanent magnet. The magnetism is temporarily transferred to the metal object.
A magnet is strongest at its _____________. poles
The Earth is like a ________________. magnet.
Area around a magnet where the force of a magnet can act. magnetic field
Created by: alindsey74