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OpenStudy (anonymous):

As the magnetic field increases, which of the following also increases? A. domain B. force C. pole D. area

OpenStudy (anonymous):

its definately area, now that we went through it (eliminated because:_ cant be force because thats iron specific, nor pole because thats a point, and points dont increase or decrease, can't be domain because domain describes a region within a magnetic material which has uniform magnetization - which would only be part of the material, and only then, describes a magnetic material, gah, this question can be domain and area for various reasons. :(

OpenStudy (anonymous):

If a magnet is attracted to another magnet what can you say about the pole of the first magnet and the pole of the other magnet? A. The poles are opposite. B. The poles change. C. The poles are not charged. D. The poles are the same. ? pweaaaaaaaaaaaseee? I have like 4 left pretty pwase!?!?!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

opposite! we did this before

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh no, its slightly different, so charged sorry CHARGED@!!!!!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

just post them all at once. ill answer them all :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ahww okay (: Which of the following is the correct term for the alignment of atoms in a magnet? A. area B. pole C. field D. domain

OpenStudy (anonymous):

An iron nail that comes in contact with a strong magnet may become a magnet itself because of which of the following? A. magnetic domains B. magnetic force C. magnetic area

OpenStudy (anonymous):

domain

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The alignment of atoms where the north poles face one way and the south poles face the opposite way is also known as which of the following? A. area B. domain C. properties D. force

OpenStudy (anonymous):

u there? ;(

OpenStudy (anonymous):

(from where you said you have 4 more) q1 about correct term = domain q about iron nail = magnetic force q about alignment of atoms = domain

OpenStudy (anonymous):

gah i ddi it again the last one is properties

OpenStudy (anonymous):

but domain within properties... domain is the 'more correct' answer your questions are terribly worded

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ik ;( Well thanks SOOOOOOOOOOOOO much i got a B!!!!!!!!! :D

OpenStudy (anonymous):

can you tell which ones i got wrong?

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