PROPERTIES
FORCE FIELDS
EARTH
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MISCELLANEOUS

100

An object that attracts iron, steel, or cobalt
What is a magnet?

100

Shows the strength and the direction of the magnet's force
What are lines of force?

100

Earth is a giant ______________.
What is magnet?

100

These poles will attract one another
What are unlike poles?

100

People living near the poles get to see this
What are auroras?

200

A magnet's property of attracting materials
What is magnetism?

200

The place where the lines of force are the strongest
What is the poles?

200

A naturally magnetic rock found at or near Earth's surface
What is a lodestone?

200

The number of miles between the Earth's magnetic north pole and the geographic north pole
What is 1,000 miles?

300

magnets made in factories that keeps its magnetism for a long time
What is a permanent magnet?

300

The space in which the force of the magnet can act
What is the magnetic field?

300

A magnetized needle that is allowed to swing freely
What is a compass?

300

A magnet's north-seeking pole
What is the north pole?

300

True or False: A compass needle points to Earth's magnetic south pole.
What is FALSE?

400

Stroking an iron nail will create this type of magnet
What is a temporary magnet?

400

This happens when like poles of two magnets are brought close together
What is repel?

400

The compass point points toward this pole
What is Earth's magnetic north pole?

400

A magnet's south-seeking pole
What is the south pole?

400

True or False: A magnet's magnetic field spreads out in all directions throughout the space around the magnet
What is TRUE?

500

These poles will repel one another
What are like poles?

500

This happens when unlike poles of two magnets are brought close together
What is attract?

500

Earth's two sets of poles
What are magnetic and geographic?

500

In order to pick up a paper clip with a magnet, the clip must be in this field
What is the magnetic field?

500

Produced when particles of matter from space are captured by Earth's magnetic field
What are auroras?