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Use the table of information about four electromagnets to answer the question.

Electromagnet Current Intensity Number of Turns in the Wire
W medium 10
X low 10
Y medium 50
Z low 50
Which electromagnet will produce the strongest magnetic force?

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  1. From Google:
    Strength of an Electromagnet
    In fact, electromagnets are the strongest magnets made. An electromagnet is stronger if there are more turns in the coil of wire or there is more current flowing through it. A bigger bar or one made of material that is easier to magnetize also increases an electromagnet's strength.May 29, 2019

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    DrBob222
  2. anyone have answers?

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  3. A.
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    These are 100% percent right

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  4. sean is wrong,
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    A

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  5. sean got me one right :[

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  6. They change the order of the answers so you can't just put the letter answers. I'll take it and put the right answers because i'm also struggling with it.

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  7. 1: electromagnet Y
    2: He should add another battery.
    3: number of turns in the wire, amount of current
    4: If they produce the same strength magnetic force, then electromagnet A has more turns in the wire.
    5: movement of charged particles through the wire

    Okay here they are

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  8. ... is correct

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  9. The question on my side says
    An electromagnet carries a current of 1.5 A and has a weak magnetic force. Which option is a possible length, in meters, of the electromagnet’s wire?
    1- 2.5
    2- 0.2
    3- 3.0
    4- 1.5

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  10. Please please help me! I need so much help!!

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  11. ... is 100% correct !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thank u so much

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  12. uwu

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