1. Destroying the magnetic properties of a magnet is called?

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2. Magnetic materials which are difficult to magnetize but once magnetized retain their magnetism for a long time are said to be:-

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3. Name the biggest disadvantage of the stroking method of magnetism?

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4. A magnetic field line originates from the North Pole and ends at the South Pole. True or False?

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5. Which of the following methods is the sure test for polarity?

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6. State the Clock rule

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7. Which of the following is not an application of a magnet?

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8. Define ferromagnetic materials

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9. Which of the following is not a property of magnets

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10. In the stroking method of magnetisation, the end of the material i.e. needle where the magnet finishes the stroking pattern acquires an opposite polarity to that of the stroking end of the magnet?

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11. Which of the following is not a method of magnetization?

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12. A magnet is an object which attracts magnetic materials such as cobalt, iron and nickel.

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13. Attraction in a magnet only occurs:-

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14. Define the neutral point?

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15. Explain how you can demagnetize a magnet using hammering method?

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16. Which of the following is not true when a material like a pin is magnetized by induction method?

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17. Magnetic shielding is a property of certain materials to concentrate magnetic field hence leaving some areas totally free of magnetic influence?

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18. Which of the following statements is correct about a magnetic field?

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19. Define the basic law of magnetism

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20. Name two ways in which the polarity of a material which has been magnetized by electrical method can be determined?

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21. Why are electrical measuring instruments and watches covered by soft iron rings?

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22. Which of the following method is not a demagnetization method?

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23. State the Right-Hand Grip rule as applied to electromagnets

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24. How can you test the polarity of a magnet?

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25. The direction of the magnetic field at a point is the direction which a free North Pole would move if placed at that point in the field?

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26. The path along which a north pole would move if free to do so is called?

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27. What happens when you heat a magnet?

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28. Why is repulsion the only sure test of polarity of an unknown Magnet?

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29. A magnet whose field lines are more concentrated means?

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30. Magnetic materials which are magnetized easily but do not retain their magnetism are said to be:-

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31. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT about the domain theory?

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32. What is the importance of keepers in the storage of magnets?

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33. The region or space where magnetic influence is felt is called?

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34. A material is said to be magnetically saturated when:-

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35. Why are magnets placed in an East-West direction when they are being demagnetized?

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36. Which of the following is NOT true about magnetic field lines?

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37. A material is said to be magnetized when most of its domains are aligned in 1 direction?

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