Trivia chal­lenge

McIvor Times - - RABBIT STEW -

1. Which of the fol­low­ing ma­te­ri­als is an in­su­la­tor: a. Twenty cent piece, b. Rub­ber sole of a shoe, c. Wire pa­per clip or d. Alu­minium foil?

2. Which of the fol­low­ing is an elec­tri­cal con­duc­tor: a. Glass, b. Porce­lain, c. Cop­per or d. Air?

3. Who in­vented the bat­tery: a. Alessan­dro Volta, b. Ben­jamin Franklin, c. Thomas Edi­son or d. Sir Isaac New­ton?

4. Which form of elec­tric­ity does light­ning best rep­re­sent: a. Cur­rent elec­tric­ity, b. Static elec­tric­ity, c. Light­ning is not elec­tric­ity or d. Shock­ing elec­tric­ity?

5. What do you cre­ate when us­ing wires to form a path­way through which elec­tric­ity can flow: a. Bat­tery, b. Cir­cuit, c. Mag­net or d. Ter­mi­nal?

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