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What type of circuit is this?
Series: electrons run on 1 pathway
What is a parallel circuit?
Electrons that flow along more than 1 pathway
When an electric current turns a light bulb on, electrical energy is turned into which two? light motion heat
Light and Heat
Why does aluminum foil turn a light bulb on? What other material do?
Aluminum foil conducts electricity. Other materials include salt water, tap water, and other metals.
Which of these electromagnets would have the least magnetic field? A B C
B: it has the least amount of coils.
Do opposites on a magnet attract or repel?
Opposite Poles attract
Why does a magnet stick to the front of a refrigerator?
The door is made of iron
Where is the magnetic field the strongest? 1 2 3 4
2: In the middle
What would happen if you put these magnets together?
They would repel and move
Where is the magnetic field the strongest? 1 2 3
2: At the poles
Where on the planet receives the most direct sunlight?
At the equator
Where is the air pressure the least? 1 2 3
1: On the top of the mountain
Give 3 examples of precipitation?
Rain, snow, sleet, and hail
Which step of the water cycle are clouds produced?
Condensation, the dust clings to the water vapor in the air
Does sea breeze or land breeze happen during the day?
What is the name of this instrument and what does it measure?
Anemometer, it measures wind speed
What is the name of this instrument and what does it measure?
Barometer, it measures air pressure
What type of precipitation could cause dents to a car ?
The table shows temperatures of a specific place for 3 days, which day did the wind make it much cooler? 6 A.M.8 A.M.10 A.M12 P.M2 P.M. Wednesday14 °C17 °C20 °C21 °C24 °C Thursday14 °C18 °C20 °C24 °C26 °C Friday12 °C11 °C6 °C8 °C13 °C
What direction is this cold front moving?
From West to East
What would happen to the two objects in this picture?
The balloon would be attracted to the cheerio
What is a climate?
The average temperature and total precipitation each month for 10 years
What type of weather does the Gulf Stream from the equator bring to the East Coast? Is it dry air or humid air?
Brings warm weather and humid air
Look at the table. In which town did it most likely snow? Clouds in the Sky Lowest Temperature RockawayYes-15 °C JeffersonNo20 °C RandolphNo15 °C WayneYes- 10 °C
Why are these magnets not touching and bounce back to their position when you push them down?
There are opposite poles touching or attracting on the bottom and like poles on top repelling
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