Click on the MAGNETS banner below to watch the YouTube video on Magnetism. While watching the video, write down the answers to the questions on the right side of the link. The answers to the questions from each of this units 2 sections will account for 70% of your unit grade. When you complete each section, submit your answers via the link below. The link will send you to a Google Forms document where you will input your answers to the section's questions. Unit assessments will be released on Thursdays. After you have submitted your answers for each of the 2 sections AND the unit assessment, you will receive a grade for the unit.
Your answers to the questions below need to be manually submitted via a Google Forms document, using the link (button) on the right.
A magnet is any material or object that produces a ______________ field.
Magnets come in all shapes and sizes, from the simple bar magnets and horseshoe magnets to the entire ______________ itself.
What all magnets have in common is two poles, a ______________ and a ______________, and they are surrounded by a magnetic field.
Magnetic field lines are similar to the electric field line, with the arrows (vectors) going from the ______________ pole to the ______________ pole.
The denser the field lines are the ______________ the magnetic field.
A ______________ is basically a tiny bar magnet and it will line up with the field lines of whatever magnetic field it is put in.
A compass will always point to the ______________ Pole of a magnet.
Drawing ______________ ______________ helps to understand how two magnets will interact.
If you push the North Poles of two magnets together, they will repel each other. We can see why this is if we draw the field lines between them. It is the interaction of these two ______________ that creates the force of repulsion.