# Electricity Pre Quiz

24 Questions | Total Attempts: 96

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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.

Cold, hot, or loud

• B.

Electricity, lights, or music

• C.

Heat, light, or mechanical

• D.

Loud, Quiet, Busy

• 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

• C.

• D.

George Washington

• 23.
American inventor who conducted kite experiment and found that lightnining was static electricity.
• A.

George Washington

• B.

• C.

Thomas Edison

• D.

Benjamin Franklin

• 24.
English physicist who discovered that magnets can create an electrical current.
• A.

Benjamin Franklin

• B.