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Magnetic Fields, Magnetic Forces, and Electromagnetic Induction Sample Problems
After high schoolers have learned about electromagnetic induction, they can solve these 10 practice problems. They calculate magnetic field strength, magnetic force, electromotive force, and output voltage. This is a choice option as a homework assignment for your general physics class.
9th - Higher Ed Science
Properties of Magnetic Forces
Students explore what a magnetic force is and what kinds of objects are attracted to a magnet. They use a magnet to sort objects taht are and are not attracted to a magnet. Students then explain why the objects were or were not attracted to the magnet.
7th - 9th Science
Magnetic Fields and Forces Homework/Electromagnetic Induction Homework
Here are two electromagnetism homework assignments rolled into one. The first eight practice problems deal with the magnetic field and magnetic force exerted by current-carrying wires. The second set of seven problems are specific to electromagnetic induction.
9th - 12th Science
Introduction to Magnets
Ask your class what they know about magnets, then take some time and explain basic magnetic properties. This presentation covers polarity, magnets in compasses, and magnetic force. It provides a quick hands-on exploration where kids discuss what they observe their magnets doing.
4th - 5th Math
Junkyard Wars-Investigating More Electromagnets
Fourth graders conduct an investigation in order to determine a way to change the strength of an electromagnet's magnetic force. After conducting "control" lifts with their electromagnet, groups make initial changes, record data, and retest.
TE Activity: Yogurt Cup Speakers
Sixth graders build a speaker as they investigate the roles of electricity and magnetism. They discover the properties of magnets, create an electromagnet, and determine the direction of a magnetic field. They show cause and effect relationships by monitoring the changes in the speaker's movement.
6th Technology & Engineering
Students research world geography by participating in a science activity. In this magnets lesson, students examine a group of inanimate objects and predict which ones will be attracted by a magnetic force. Students check their predictions with the results and complete a worksheet based on the information.
5th - 6th Visual & Performing Arts
Students investigate the push and pull of magnets. In this magnetics lesson plan, students are introduced to the idea that there are forces that happen on earth which cannot be seen, such as electrically charged objects, magnetic force fields, and gravitational force.
3rd - 5th Science