A student made an electromagnet using a battery, electrical tape, and metal wire. Which of the following actions will NOT increase the magnetic field that is being produced?
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• changing the type of wire that has low resistance
• making coils in the wire
• increasing the number of batteries that are used
switching the side of the battery to which each end of the wire is connected

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1. I disagree with C.

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2. i would say D

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7. Oh lol ;)

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