Test: Fun With Magnets - 1


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QUESTION: 1

The property of attracting iron or other magnetic materials is called

Solution:

The property of attracting iron or other magnetic materials is called magnetism.

QUESTION: 2

Which of the following is not a magnetic substance?

Solution:

Iron, nickel and cobalt are magnetic substances while silver is not a magnetic substance.

QUESTION: 3

Lodestone is a

Solution:

lodestone is a naturally magnetized piece of the mineral magnetite. They are naturally occurring magnets, which can attract iron. The property of magnetism was first discovered in antiquity through lodestones.

QUESTION: 4

Magnet was first discovered about 5000 years ago in the rocks of

Solution:

Magnet was first discovered about 5000 years ago in the rocks of magnesia.

QUESTION: 5

Magnet was discovered by

Solution:

Magnet was discovered by Magnes.

QUESTION: 6

Which types of magnet have two poles close to each other?

Solution:

In horse-shoe types of magnet, there are two poles close to each other.

QUESTION: 7

The material that attracts iron is

Solution:

The material that attracts iron is called magnet.

QUESTION: 8

The end of a free hanging magnet which points towards North is called

Solution:

The magnetic pole near earth's geographic north pole is actually the south magnetic pole. When it comes to magnets, opposites attract. This fact means that the north end of a magnet in a compass is attracted to the south magnetic pole, which lies close to the geographic north pole

QUESTION: 9

Magnetic strength of the magnet is

Solution:

Magnetic strength of the magnet is concentrated at both the poles of the magnet.

QUESTION: 10

Which one is a magnetic material?

Solution:

Common pin is made of iron so, it a magnetic material.

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