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Magnetic Earth Static Electricity More Magetic Earth Electron Transfer “Mystery” Question 100 200 300 400
The region of Earth’s magnetic field shaped by the solar wind. 100 Category 1
One part of a freely spinning magnet always points to : A. magnetic field B. Earths’ magnetic pole in the Northern Hemisphere C. the center of the Earth D. the East 200 Category 1
TRUE or FALSE? The Earths’s magnetic poles are the part where the magnetic effect is the weakest. 300 Category 1
What are the glowing regions on the Earth’s poles that are caused by particles from the Sun? 400 Category 1
What is the build up of charges on an object called? 100 Category 2
What words describe the loss of static electricity as electric charges transfer from one object to another ? 200 Category 2
TRUE or FALSE? Electronic charges that are different attract each other. 300 Category 2
Electric Force is _____________________ __________________________. 400 Category 2
Both the Earth and Sun have flipped their magnetic poles. How often does the Sun’s magnetic pole usually flip? 100 Category 3
Earth is like a bar magnet because it has 1. ____________________ 2. ____________________ 3.____________________ 200 Category 3
TRUE or FALSE? Charged particles from the solar wind come closest to Earth at the Equator, where Earth’s magnetic field lines dip down to Earth’s surface. 300 Category 3
What do spinning electrons produce in a magnet? 400 Category 3
TRUE or FALSE? Conduction is the transfer of electrons from a charged object to another object by rubbing. 100 Category 4
When charging by _____________, the objects do not touch each other. 200 Category 4
The law of ______________of charges states that charges cannot be created or destroyed. 300 Category 4
An ___________ is a particle that carries a negative charge. 400 Category 4
__________ is the interaction between 2 or more objects. 100 Category 5
The region around a charged object where the object’s electric force is exerted on other objects is called _______________. 200 Category 5
What does the Vesorium device detect? 300 Category 5
Opposites ______________ ! 400 Category 5
MAGNETOSPHERE 100 Category 1 Answer
B. Earth’s magnetic pole in the Northern Hemisphere 200 Category 1 Answer
FALSE. The North and South Poles have the strongest magnetic effect. 300 Category 1 Answer
The Auroras ( North- Aurora Borealis, South-Aurora Australius) 400 Category 1 Answer
Static Electricity 100 Category 2 Answer
Static Discharge 200 Category 2 Answer
TRUE 300 Category 2 Answer
The attraction or repulsion between electrical charges. 400 Category 2 Answer
Every 11 years. 100 Category 3 Answer
1. Has a north and south pole 2. Has a magnetic field 3. Has a magnetic force 200 Category 3 Answer
FALSE. The solar winds come closest to the North and South Pole. 300 Category 3 Answer
Magnetic Field 400 Category 3 Answer
FALSE. Conduction is the transfer of electrons of a charged object by direct contact with another object. 100 Category 4 Answer
Induction. 200 Category 4 Answer
Conservation of Charge 300 Category 4 Answer
ELECTRON 400 Category 4 Answer
Force 100 Category 5 Answer
Electric Field 200 Category 5 Answer
A Vesorium detects if there is an electric charge. 300 Category 5 Answer
Attract!! Electric Charges Magnetic Charges Electrical Charges Magnetic Charges 400 Category 5 Answer
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