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Weegy: What's a magnet? Everyone knows what a magnet is, or what a magnet does. An invisible force (the magnetic field) attracts iron objects. This force can be very strong. A better question is ``Why does a magnet attract iron objects?''. [ For this we must take a look at what a magnet is made of. If you take a bar magnet and break it in half, you end up with two smaller bar magnets. If you break the halves into fourths, you get four small bar magnets. If you have enough patience and time you can repeat this until you have millions of microscopic magnets. All magnets have two poles; a north pole and a south pole. We call this a dipole (two poles). Two north poles or south poles repel each other. Try forcing the two north poles of two bar magnets together. The unseen magnetic field makes it feel like there's a water balloon between them resisting your push. Opposite poles (a north and a south) attract strongly. How do you make a magnet? Since opposite poles attract, you can put two magnets together to make a larger magnet. If you have many little magnets, you can keep adding magnets into a larger mass and have one large, strong magnet. Some molecules, some atoms, and all electrons are little magnets. So why isn't everything magnetic? In most matter, the molecules, atoms, and electrons are all jumbled up together. In a strong magnet, most of the little magnets (magnetic domains if you want to get fancy) point in the same direction. This makes the magnetic force of all the little magnets add up to make a large magnet, called a permanent magnet. Free magnets tend to align with each other. You can try this by placing one magnet on a table and slowly moving another magnet toward it. The magnet that is loose on the table turns to align with the magnet in your hand. If you stroke a piece of iron with a magnet, you gradually align the little magnetic domains, and the result is a larger magnet. Electric current is the flow of electrons through a conductor. A conductor is a ... (More)
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list of the names of physicisys?
Weegy: Main article: Physics Physics started with a philosophical commitment to simplicity. [ It should not be considered a difficult subject (although it is deep); one can learn classical physics on a playground, which describes the motion of balls, swings, slides and merry-go-rounds. Theory Major subtopics Concepts Classical mechanics Newton's laws of motion, Lagrangian mechanics, Hamiltonian mechanics, Kinematics, Statics, Dynamics, Chaos theory, Acoustics, Fluid dynamics, Continuum mechanics Density, Dimension, Gravity, Space, Time, Motion, Length, Position, Velocity, Acceleration, Mass, Momentum, Force, Energy, Angular momentum, Torque, Conservation law, Harmonic oscillator, Wave, Work, Power Electromagnetism Electrostatics, Electrodynamics, Electricity, Magnetism, Maxwell's equations, Optics Capacitance, Electric charge, Electric current, Electrical conductivity, Electric field, Electric permittivity, Electrical resistance, Electromagnetic field, Electromagnetic induction, Electromagnetic radiation, Gaussian surface, Magnetic field, Magnetic flux, Magnetic monopole, Magnetic permeability Theory of relativity Special relativity, General relativity, Einstein field equations Covariance, Einstein manifold, Equivalence principle, Four-momentum, Four-vector, General principle of relativity, Geodesic motion, Gravity, Gravitoelectromagnetism, Inertial frame of reference, Invariance, Length contraction, Lorentzian manifold, Lorentz transformation, Metric, Minkowski diagram, Minkowski space, Principle of Relativity, Proper length, Proper time, Reference frame, Rest energy, Rest mass, Relativity of simultaneity, Spacetime, Special principle of relativity, Speed of light, Stress-energy tensor, Time dilation, Twin paradox, World line Thermodynamics and Statistical mechanics Heat engine, Kinetic theory Boltzmann's constant, Conjugate variables, Enthalpy, Entropy, Equation of state, Equipartition theorem, First Law of Thermodynamics, Free energy, Heat, Ideal gas ... (More)
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is there anything out there/
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u=a*r^(n-1)
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Addah divides a meatloaf into elevenths. How many elevenths equals the whole meatloaf?
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what do you look like? User: I'm tall and plump i have brown hair my nose is small i have brwn eyes
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which parts of a flower makes up a pistil
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write two decimals that are equivalent to 0.68 User: write two decimals equivalent to 0.68 and explain
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Greek people
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is there any connection of tviexpress with cyprus?
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Put 0.25, -4, -4.5 in order from the greatest to least
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Put 0.5, -4, -4.5 in order from the greatest to least
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another word for lower jaw that begins with man?
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HOW DOES THE BLOOD ACT AS A BUFFER SOLUTION?
Weegy: The pH of human blood must stay in a relatively narrow range around pH = 7.4 (7.35-7.45) in order to ensure cellular survival. [ It can be maintained within these limits thanks to buffer systems utilizing plasmatic carbonates, phosphates or proteins for example. The buffer ability of blood, in addition to its role in the metabolism, can also minimize the consequences of an accidental ingestion of acid (or base). ] (More)
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where did the red indians get their names from?
Weegy: Red Indians is a term used to distinguish Native Americans from the inhabitants of India. WHen the first Europeans headed across the Atlantic, they thought that they would arrive in Asia (not knowing that the Americas were in the middle). [ Consequently, when they came across Native Americans, they presumed they had met up with Asians. The Native Americans did not look like Chinese, so they presumed they were Indian. Hence the name, which is completely wrong. The Native American languages are broken up by linguists into at least 16 major families, which, in turn consist of hundreds of smaller language groups. It is estimated that up to 1500 languages were spoken in South America at time of first contact. Of these, around 350 are still in use. In North America almost 300 languages are still in use. ] (More)
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can you help me with ma geographt homework
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how are you my beautiful freind
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can you give me a question for my homework please? and can it be about Mallorca and it starts with who?
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whats magnetic
Weegy: What's a magnet? Everyone knows what a magnet is, or what a magnet does. An invisible force (the magnetic field) attracts iron objects. This force can be very strong. A better question is ``Why does a magnet attract iron objects?''. [ For this we must take a look at what a magnet is made of. If you take a bar magnet and break it in half, you end up with two smaller bar magnets. If you break the halves into fourths, you get four small bar magnets. If you have enough patience and time you can repeat this until you have millions of microscopic magnets. All magnets have two poles; a north pole and a south pole. We call this a dipole (two poles). Two north poles or south poles repel each other. Try forcing the two north poles of two bar magnets together. The unseen magnetic field makes it feel like there's a water balloon between them resisting your push. Opposite poles (a north and a south) attract strongly. How do you make a magnet? Since opposite poles attract, you can put two magnets together to make a larger magnet. If you have many little magnets, you can keep adding magnets into a larger mass and have one large, strong magnet. Some molecules, some atoms, and all electrons are little magnets. So why isn't everything magnetic? In most matter, the molecules, atoms, and electrons are all jumbled up together. In a strong magnet, most of the little magnets (magnetic domains if you want to get fancy) point in the same direction. This makes the magnetic force of all the little magnets add up to make a large magnet, called a permanent magnet. Free magnets tend to align with each other. You can try this by placing one magnet on a table and slowly moving another magnet toward it. The magnet that is loose on the table turns to align with the magnet in your hand. If you stroke a piece of iron with a magnet, you gradually align the little magnetic domains, and the result is a larger magnet. Electric current is the flow of electrons through a conductor. A conductor is a ... (More)
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eka ras aketebs exla?
Weegy: Hello how can I help you today? Do you speak English? User: chem ekaze inda rame momikve iseti rac me ar vici Weegy: I am sorry but i still don't understand your question. Can you ask the question in English? User: im cen not langvaje english :( im georgen (More)
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list of the names of physicisys?
Weegy: Main article: Physics Physics started with a philosophical commitment to simplicity. [ It should not be considered a difficult subject (although it is deep); one can learn classical physics on a playground, which describes the motion of balls, swings, slides and merry-go-rounds. Theory Major subtopics Concepts Classical mechanics Newton's laws of motion, Lagrangian mechanics, Hamiltonian mechanics, Kinematics, Statics, Dynamics, Chaos theory, Acoustics, Fluid dynamics, Continuum mechanics Density, Dimension, Gravity, Space, Time, Motion, Length, Position, Velocity, Acceleration, Mass, Momentum, Force, Energy, Angular momentum, Torque, Conservation law, Harmonic oscillator, Wave, Work, Power Electromagnetism Electrostatics, Electrodynamics, Electricity, Magnetism, Maxwell's equations, Optics Capacitance, Electric charge, Electric current, Electrical conductivity, Electric field, Electric permittivity, Electrical resistance, Electromagnetic field, Electromagnetic induction, Electromagnetic radiation, Gaussian surface, Magnetic field, Magnetic flux, Magnetic monopole, Magnetic permeability Theory of relativity Special relativity, General relativity, Einstein field equations Covariance, Einstein manifold, Equivalence principle, Four-momentum, Four-vector, General principle of relativity, Geodesic motion, Gravity, Gravitoelectromagnetism, Inertial frame of reference, Invariance, Length contraction, Lorentzian manifold, Lorentz transformation, Metric, Minkowski diagram, Minkowski space, Principle of Relativity, Proper length, Proper time, Reference frame, Rest energy, Rest mass, Relativity of simultaneity, Spacetime, Special principle of relativity, Speed of light, Stress-energy tensor, Time dilation, Twin paradox, World line Thermodynamics and Statistical mechanics Heat engine, Kinetic theory Boltzmann's constant, Conjugate variables, Enthalpy, Entropy, Equation of state, Equipartition theorem, First Law of Thermodynamics, Free energy, Heat, Ideal gas ... (More)
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is there anything out there/
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u=a*r^(n-1)
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Addah divides a meatloaf into elevenths. How many elevenths equals the whole meatloaf?
Weegy: The Ponca City Fire Department has wages equal to or better than almost all Fire .... Seventh Annual WBBZ/Ponca City News Spring Expo to include more than 70 local ...... Tuesday — Chicken pot pie, chicken kiev or meat loaf with soup, ..... [ Eleventh Street reported an 18-year-old woman was taken into custody on an ... ] (More)
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what do you look like? User: I'm tall and plump i have brown hair my nose is small i have brwn eyes
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which parts of a flower makes up a pistil
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Greek people
Weegy: Hello and welcome to Weegy. What is your question today? User: who are the greatest greek people?? Weegy: There are tons of famous Greek people listed here: If you are satisfied with my answer, please click 'Good' on the ratings. (More)
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is there any connection of tviexpress with cyprus?
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Put 0.25, -4, -4.5 in order from the greatest to least
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0.25, -4, -4.5 from greatest to least is: 0.25, -4, -4.5
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Put 0.5, -4, -4.5 in order from the greatest to least
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another word for lower jaw that begins with man?
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Another word for lower jaw that begins with man is mandible.
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HOW DOES THE BLOOD ACT AS A BUFFER SOLUTION?
Weegy: The pH of human blood must stay in a relatively narrow range around pH = 7.4 (7.35-7.45) in order to ensure cellular survival. [ It can be maintained within these limits thanks to buffer systems utilizing plasmatic carbonates, phosphates or proteins for example. The buffer ability of blood, in addition to its role in the metabolism, can also minimize the consequences of an accidental ingestion of acid (or base). ] (More)
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where did the red indians get their names from?
Weegy: Red Indians is a term used to distinguish Native Americans from the inhabitants of India. WHen the first Europeans headed across the Atlantic, they thought that they would arrive in Asia (not knowing that the Americas were in the middle). [ Consequently, when they came across Native Americans, they presumed they had met up with Asians. The Native Americans did not look like Chinese, so they presumed they were Indian. Hence the name, which is completely wrong. The Native American languages are broken up by linguists into at least 16 major families, which, in turn consist of hundreds of smaller language groups. It is estimated that up to 1500 languages were spoken in South America at time of first contact. Of these, around 350 are still in use. In North America almost 300 languages are still in use. ] (More)
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can you help me with ma geographt homework
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how are you my beautiful freind
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can you give me a question for my homework please? and can it be about Mallorca and it starts with who?
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