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What are Forces? Lesson 1
A force is a push or pull on an object to make it move. pull push
A moving object will travel in a straight line if it is not touched.
GGravity is a force that pulls things down.
How Do Magnets Work?
A magnet’s force can move something without touching it.
A magnets force can attract objects through air, water and some solids.
The poles of a magnet are at its ends. Magnets have a north and south pole.
North South North
South and south or North and north will repel each other.
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