# Sol 4.3 Electricity

24 Questions  I  By Tclark213
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 1 A continuous flow of electrons.
 A. Circuit
 B. Electrical current
 C. Closed circuit
 D. Magnetism
 2 Pathway taken by an electric current.
 A. Circuit
 B. Metals
 C. Electrons
 D. Magnetism
 3 Allows movement of electrical energy.
 A. Current
 B. Open Circuit
 C. Electricity
 D. Closed Circuit
 4 Prevents movement of electrical energy.
 A. Open circuit
 B. Magnetism
 C. Closed Circuit
 D. Electricity
 5 The flow of electricity.
 A. Insulator
 B. Conductor
 C. Electrons
 D. Current
 6 Electrical energy can be changed into the following types of energy
 A. Loud, Quiet, Busy
 B. Cold, hot, or loud
 C. Electricity, lights, or music
 D. Heat, light, or mechanical
 7 Energy created by the flow of negatively charged particles of atoms _________________
 A. Electrons
 B. Conductor
 C. Electricity
 D. Electrons
 8 Negatively charged particles of atoms.
 A. Metals
 B. Magnetism
 C. Electrons
 D. Insulator
 9 Material that allows electricity to flow through it.
 A. Insulator
 B. Conductor
 C. Electrons
 D. Current
 10 Material that doesn't allow electricity to flow through it. Examples are plastic and rubber.
 A. Conductor
 B. Current
 C. Insulator
 D. Metal
 11 What is a good conductor of electricity?
 A. Rubber
 B. Plastic
 C. Metal
 D. Windows
 12 Only has one pathway for current to pass through.
 A. Series circuit
 B. Parallel circuit
 C. Closed circuit
 D. Open circuit
 13 Has two or more pathways for current to pass through.
 A. Open circuit
 B. Series circuit
 C. Parallel circuit
 D. Closed circuit
 14 Invisible push or pull force of some materials.
 A. Force
 B. Magnetism
 C. Closed circuit
 D. Electrons
 15 If the north pole of one magnet is placed near the south pole of another the two will
 A. Repel
 B. Attract
 C. Break
 D. Turn cold
 16 If the north poles of 2 magnets are placed near each other the two will
 A. Attract
 B. Break
 C. Repel
 D. Turn hot
 17 Powerful magnet made by winding wire around an iron bar and connecting it to a battery.
 A. Static electricity
 B. Electromagnet
 C. Metal
 D. Cosmotic Magnet
 18 Concentrated area of magnetism that runs from the north to the south poles of a magnet.
 A. Magnetic field
 B. Gravity field
 C. Anti-gravity field
 D. Sun Field
 19 Discharge of static electricity in the atmosphere.
 A. Metals
 B. Hurricane
 C. Lightning
 D. Thunder
 20 Rubbing certain materials together can create
 A. Magnets
 B. Static electricity
 C. Metals
 D. Plastics
 21 Materials that naturally attract iron, cobalt, and nickel are
 A. Plastics
 B. Rubbers
 C. Aluminum foil
 D. Magnets
 22 American inventor who used electric energy as power source for light bulbs.
 A. Benjamin Franklin
 B. Thomas Edison