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Physical Sciences

Magnets and Electromagnetism

There is an invisible field all around and we have the power and knowledge to manipulate it. Whether the focus is electromagnetic waves, gravitation or nuclear force, Magnets and Electromagnetism demonstrates equations, methods and history rooted in the Sciences. The study of Magnets introduces the basic concept involving interaction and reaction. Electromagnetism covers the electricity aspect of the invisible field that is a constant force. With an eye on practical applications, Magnets and Electromagnetism offers a grasp on the fascinating science of force fields and interactions that affect the world in which we live.

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Magnets and Electromagnetism Concepts

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Pathways that Teach Magnets and Electromagnetism

Pathways are a sequence of tutorials that help you learn a whole subject area, one concept at a time. Choose from multiple teachers and teaching styles.
Magnets and Electromagnetism Pathway
Concepts: 2
Quiz Points: 30
NGSS Standard MS-PS2-3
Concepts: 2
Quiz Points: 30
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