Natural vs. Artificial Magnets: Definition & Examples

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Which of these is a natural magnet?

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1. Which of the following is the strongest natural magnet?

2. Which of the following is a true statement regarding magnets?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Determine what you know about natural and artificial magnets with these study tools. You'll be answering questions on key points such as an example of a natural magnet and one of the strongest natural magnets.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Find out what you know about these topics:

  • A defining characteristic of magnets
  • The way an electromagnet becomes a magnet
  • Metals that make up a certain magnet

Skills Practiced

  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as natural magnets and artificial magnets
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the strongest natural magnet
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about metals that form a magnet and how electromagnets become magnets

Additional Learning

The accompanying lesson named Natural vs. Artificial Magnets: Definition & Examples will teach you more about the following:

  • What magnets attract
  • Natural magnets definition and where they can be found
  • Explanation of artificial magnets and their two types
  • Artificial magnet examples
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