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Electrostatics 02 - Grosland

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

Substances in which charges have difficulty  moving are called ____.
a.
inelastic
c.
brittle
b.
conductors
d.
insulators
 

 2. 

A positive charge and a negative charge would __________.
a.
have no effect upon each other
b.
repel each other
c.
attract each other
 

 3. 

An object which is polarized has
a.
has an overall negative charge on the object.
     
b.
has an overall positive charge on the object.
c.
an area of positive charge and an area of negative charge on the object.
 

 4. 

Which object is positively charged?
a.
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c.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0050001.jpg
b.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0050002.jpg
d.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0050003.jpg
 

 5. 

Two positive charges would __________.
a.
attract each other
b.
have no effect upon each other
c.
repel each other
 

 6. 

The part of the atom involved in electrostatics activities is the __________.
a.
electron
b.
neutron
c.
proton
 

 7. 

Which object is considered neutral?
a.
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c.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0080001.jpg
b.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0080002.jpg
d.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0080003.jpg
 

 8. 

Which object is negatively charged?
a.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0090000.jpg
c.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0090001.jpg
b.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0090002.jpg
d.
sgroslandelectrostatics02_files/i0090003.jpg
 

 9. 

Substances in which charges move easily are called ____.
a.
conductors
c.
elastic
b.
brittle
d.
insulators
 

 10. 

The part of the atom which is most easily transferred or removed is the ____________.
a.
proton
b.
electron
c.
neutron
 



 
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