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Magnet Study Guide

Force A Push or pull on an object that causes it to move
Attract pull towards something
Repel To push away or apart
Poles The two ends of a magnet. Every magnet has a North and South Pole, just like the globe!
Magnetic Field the area around the magnet
Unlike Poles attract n+s
opposite poles Repel s+s X n+n X these don't work
Magnets attract objects cntaining IRON or STEEL and some other METALS
Magnets are NOT attracted to object made of WOOD, PLASTIC and some other METALS (ex. Aluminum, brass, copper)
Magnets can attract objects through such things like PAPER, CLOTH, WATER. Think about the class experiments
There are different kinds of magnets, such as horseshoe, bar and circle magnets
Some ways magnets are used can opener, toys (hook trains together) Credit cards, on refrigerators
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