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The charge obtained by an object when it gains or loses electrons
A) conductor
B) electric charge
C) electric current
D) electromagnet
B) electric charge
The flows of electrons from negatively charged to positively charged objects
A) electromagnet
B) resistor
C) electric current
D) conductor
C) electric current
The attracttion or repulsion of objects due to their charges
A) electric force
B) conductor
C) electromagnet
D) insulator
A) electric force
The path along which electrons can flow
A) resistor
B) electromagnet
C) resistor
D) electric current
D) electric circut
A temporary magnet amde by passing electric current through a wire coiled around an iron
A) electromagnet
B) conductor
C) electric charge
D) electric current
A) electromagnet
Think about this: what if you wrap a wire around a iron? What does that make?
A material that conducts electron easily
A) conductor
B) electric charge
C) insulator
D) resistor
A) conductor
Look at the word CONDUCTS in the question.
A material that does not carry electrons
A) electromagnet
B) resistor
C) electric charge
D) insulator
D) insulator
Think of the electromagnets as if the vocab. word is angry or _______ the preson
A material that resists the flow of electrons in some way
A) electric charge
B) conductor
C) resistor
D) insulator
C) resistor
Look at the word RESISTS in the question.