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A device that changes mechanical energy to electrical energy by rotating a coil of wire through a magnetic field is called a(an) what? 1. transformer. 2. generator. 3. electromagnet. 4. current meter.
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A device that changes mechanical energy to electrical energy by rotating a coil of wire through a magnetic field is called 2. generator.
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Electronic signals that are smoothly varying signals produced by continuously changing the voltage or current in a circuit are what? 1. digital signals. 2. cathode rays. 3. diode signals. 4. analog signals.
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Electronic signals that are smoothly varying signals produced by continuously changing the voltage or current in a circuit are Analog signals.

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A thin slice of silicon that contains many solid-state components is a(an) what? 1. transistor. 2. integrated circuit. 3. diode. 4. cathode-ray tube.
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A thin slice of silicon that contains many solid-state components is a(an) what? 1. transistor. 2. integrated circuit. 3. diode. 4. cathode-ray tube.
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A thin slice of silicon that contains many solid-state components is an Integrated circuit.

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How can a permanent magnet be demagnetized? 1. Cut the magnet in half. 2. Heat the magnet up. 3. Strike the magnet with a heavy blow. 4. both the second and third choices above.
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Permanent magnet can be demagnetized by: both the second and third choices above (Cut the magnet in half and Heat the magnet up).

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