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True or False? Opposite charges repel each other. A: False
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True or False? Two positive charges repel each other. A: True
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Q: What do magnets produce? A: Magnetic Field
True or False? Magnetic fields are visible to the human eye? A: False
True or False? Magnets can attract aluminum? A: False
True or False? Magnets have both a east and west poles? A: False
True or False? The earths core is a mix of iron and nickel giving earth its own magnetic field? A: True
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