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In this lesson, we will learn how to describe the effects of magnetic interactions between two objects that are not in contact.
If you place a paper clip underneath a piece of paper, what will happen if you try to lift it with a magnet?
A class tested some everyday objects to find out which are magnetic and which are not.
Which of the materials tested are magnetic?
Select the household item that does not use electromagnetism.
Emma tested three different magnets to see which could hold the most paper clips.
The results are shown in the table.
Which magnet is the strongest?
True or False: The further apart two magnets are from one another, the stronger the forces that attract or repel the magnets.
Which word is missing from the table?
Fill in the blank: As two magnets move further away from each other, the strength of attraction
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