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2 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Magnets & Springs

3 Question 1

4 What does repel mean? A To push way B To come together C To fall D To attract

5 What does repel mean? A To push away B To come together C To fall D To attract

6 £100

7 Question 2

8 What are the ends of magnets called? A Bars B Wands C Poles D Horseshoes

9 What are the ends of magnets called? A Bars B Wands C Poles D Horseshoe

10 £200

11 Question 3

12 What are the names of these poles? A North B East C South D West

13 What are the names of these poles? A North B East C South D West

14 £300

15 Question 4

16 Which poles repel? A north and north B south and north C south and south D north and south

17 Which poles repel? A north and north B south and north C south and south D north and south

18 £500

19 Question 5

20 Which poles attract? A north and south B north and north C south and south D south and north

21 Which poles attract? A north and south B north and north C south and south D south and north

22 £1,000

23 Question 6

24 Which of these materials are magnets attracted to? A wood B plastic C metal D cloth

25 Which of these materials are magnets attracted to? A wood B plastic C metal D cloth

26 £2,000

27 Question 7

28 More specifically, which metals? A iron B copper C aluminum D bronze

29 More specifically, which metals? A iron B copper C aluminum D bronze

30 £4,000

31 Question 8

32 Which of these are types of magnet? A wand B bar C horseshoe D cobalt

33 Which of these are types of magnet? A wand B bar C horseshoe D cobalt

34 £8,000

35 Question 9

36 Which of these do magnets work through? A water B a wall C a table D paper

37 Which of these do magnets work through? A water B a wall C a table D paper

38 £16,000

39 Question 10

40 What affects whether a magnet can work through a material? A the type of magnet B the materials colour C the materials thickness D the weather

41 What affects whether a magnet can work through a material? A the type of magnet B the materials colour C the materials thickness D the weather

42 £32,000

43 Question 11

44 Which of these words describes what happens when you push a spring? A stretching B attraction C compression D repulsion

45 Which of these words describes what happens when you push a spring? A stretching B attraction C compression D repulsion

46 £64,000

47 Question 12

48 When you are pulling a spring what force is created? A inwards B downwards C upwards D outwards

49 When you are pulling a spring, what force is created? A inwards B downwards C upwards D outwards

50 £125,000

51 Question 13

52 When you push down on a spring what force is created? A inwards B upwards C downwards D outwards

53 When you push down on a spring what force is created? A inwards B upwards C downwards D outwards

54 £250,000

55 Question 14

56 Where are springs used? A pens B bicycles C laminators D mobile phones

57 Where are springs used? A pens B bicycles C laminators D mobile phones

58 £500,000

59 Question 15

60 Which of these use magnets? A recycling centres B car suspension C pens D chefs

61 Which of these use magnets? A recycling centres B car suspension C pens D chefs

62 £1,000,000


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