## secretgirl 2 years ago 1. If the two charges represented in Figure 1 were brought near each other, they would (1 point) attract each other. repel each other. cause static discharge. have no effect on each other. 2. The amount of charge and the distance from the magnetic field determine the (1 point) strength of the negative charge. strength of the positive charge. strength of the electric field. static electricity. 3. Walking across a carpet is an example of charge being transferred by (1 point) contact. induction. static electricity. friction.

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4. december4ever

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5. december4ever

2. could be c 3. could be c or d I'm going to look this up a little bit more.

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If the two charges represented in Figure 1 were brought near each other, they would (1 point) (1 pt) attract each other. (0 pts) repel each other. (0 pts) cause static discharge. (0 pts) have no effect on each other. 1 /1 point 2. The amount of charge and the distance from the magnetic field determine the (1 point) (0 pts) strength of the negative charge. (0 pts) strength of the positive charge. (1 pt) strength of the electric field. (0 pts) static electricity. 1 /1 point 3. Dragging your feet across a carpet is an example of charging by (1 point) (0 pts) contact. (0 pts) induction. 0 pts) static electricity. (1 pt) friction.