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1) Type of charge attracted to a negative charge. a) positive b) neutral c) negative d) electron 2) The moving charge through a circuit. a) electric field b) current c) magnetic field d) conductor 3) A device used to generate electricity. a) magnet b) circuit c) electric cell d) poles 4) Type of charge attracted to a positive charge. a) positive b) negative c) neutral d) proton 5) Material that a current can pass through (like metal). a) insulator b) repel c) rubber d) conductor 6) Opposite charges or poles ___ each other. a) are attracted to b) repel from c) combine with d) bounce off 7) Material used so a current can not go through (like rubber). a) insulator b) repel c) magnet d) conductor 8) The area around a charged object. a) current b) electric field c) magnetic field d) conductor 9) Two of the same charges or poles (example North and North, or + +) ___ each other a) are attracted to b) repel from c) combine with d) bounce off 10) If the positive and negative charges are equal or same the charge is ___. a) positive b) negative c) neutral d) unequal 11) Which items are magnetic? a) paper and cotton b) aluminum and lead c) silver and gold d) iron and steel 12) Building blocks of all matter: a) cells b) minerals c) electrons d) atoms 13) part of an atom with positive charge a) proton b) neutron c) electron 14) part of an atom with negative charge a) proton b) neutron c) electron 15) The opposite ___ of a magnet are attracted to each other (north and south). a) circuits b) cells c) poles d) fields 16) The ability to do work or cause change. a) matter b) cells c) energy d) field 17) The space around a magnet where there is a force. a) magnetic field b) electric field c) circuit d) conductor 18) What type of circuit? All parts of the circuit are connected between the same two sets of points, creating multiple paths for the current to flow from one end of the battery to the other. a) magnetic circuit b) electric circuit c) parallel circuit d) series circuit 19) What type of circuit? Parts of the circuit are connected end-to-end to form only one path for the current to flow through; power is shared a) magnetic circuit b) electric circuit c) parallel circuit d) series circuit 20) What is needed to make a circuit complete? a) object being effected b) path c) power source d) all of the above

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