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The space around a magnet where the force of the magnet can act magnetic field
Any object that pulls certain metals toward it magnet
The part of the magnet that would attract paperclips the best the poles
The material that made up the earliest compasses lodestone
What will happen if a north pole and a south pole are brought near each other? attract
Earth acts like a giant magnet because its center is made up of this material iron
The ends of a magnet poles
This would happen if you dropped a magnet it will become two magnets
This happens when you place a north pole and a north pole near each other repel
If you pour iron fillings on a bar magnet, this is where most of them will stick the poles
This is the type of magnet that the Earth's magnetic field is most like bar magnet
The N on a magnet stands for ___________. North
The S on a magnet stands for __________. South
A device that uses a free moving magnetic needle to show direction compass
When magnets push away from each other, they _______. repel
When a north pole and a north pole are brought together, what will they do? repel
A rock that is naturally magnetic and found at or near Earth's surface lodestone
Created by: msyancey3rd