# 4th Grade Chapter _8 Test

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```					 4th Grade
Chapter #8
Test
The continuous flow of electric
charges
a.   Electric circuit
b.   Conductor
c.   Parallel circuit
d.   Electric charges
e.   Insulator
f.   Static electricity
g.   Electric current
h.   Watt
i.   Battery
j.   Series circuit
A built-up electric charge on an
object or material
a.   Electric circuit
b.   Conductor
c.   Parallel circuit
d.   Electric charges
e.   Insulator
f.   Static electricity
g.   Electric current
h.   Watt
i.   Battery
j.   Series circuit
The pathway that electric current
follows
a.    Electric circuit
b.    Conductor
c.    Parallel circuit
d.    Electric charges
e.    Insulator
f.    Static electricity
g.    Electric current
h.    Watt
i.    Battery
j.    Series circuit
Units of electricity carried on tiny
particles
a.    Electric circuit
b.    Conductor
c.    Parallel circuit
d.    Electric charges
e.    Insulator
f.    Static electricity
g.    Electric current
h.    Watt
i.    Battery
j.    Series circuit
A device that converts chemical
energy into electrical energy
a.   Electric circuit
b.   Conductor
c.   Parallel circuit
d.   Electric charges
e.   Insulator
f.   Static electricity
g.   Electric current
h.   Watt
i.   Battery
j.   Series circuit
A material through which negatively
charged particles flow easily
a.   Electric circuit
b.   Conductor
c.   Parallel circuit
d.   Electric charges
e.   Insulator
f.   Static electricity
g.   Electric current
h.   Watt
i.   Battery
j.   Series circuit
A material that electric charges do
not flow through easily
a.   Electric circuit
b.   Conductor
c.   Parallel circuit
d.   Electric charges
e.   Insulator
f.   Static electricity
g.   Electric current
h.   Watt
i.   Battery
j.   Series circuit
An arrangement of parts so that
electric current passes along a
single pathway
a.   Electric circuit
b.   Conductor
c.   Parallel circuit
d.   Electric charges
e.   Insulator
f.   Static electricity
g.   Electric current
h.   Watt
i.   Battery
j.   Series circuit
An arrangement of party so that
electric current passes along more
than one pathway
a.   Electric circuit
b.   Conductor
c.   Parallel circuit
d.   Electric charges
e.   Insulator
f.   Static electricity
g.   Electric current
h.   Watt
i.   Battery
j.   Series circuit
A unit of measure for electrical
power
a.   Electric circuit
b.   Conductor
c.   Parallel circuit
d.   Electric charges
e.   Insulator
f.   Static electricity
g.   Electric current
h.   Watt
i.   Battery
j.   Series circuit
What does the illustration show?
a. A watt

b. A series circuit

c. A parallel circuit

d. An insulator
Which objects will attract each
other?
a. A neutral object and a neutral object

b. A neutral object and a negative object

c. A positive object and a neutral object

d. A positive object and a negative object
Which is true about a neutral
object?
a. It has equal numbers of positive charges and
negative charges.

b. It has not positive or negative charges

c. It has more positive charges than negative
charges

d. It has more negative charges than positive
charges
Which objects change electrical
energy in to thermal energy and
motion?
a. A television and radio

b. A hair dryer and television

c. A radio and hair dryer

d. A hair dryer and clothes dryer
Which bar graph represents the
data in the table?
What is an electric charge in
matter?
a. A unit of electricity

b. Energy carried by objects

c. Energy carried by insulators

d. A special kind of atom
What is an electric circuit?
a. An electric battery

b. An electric light bulb that is turned on

c. A pathway that electric current follows

d. A unit for measuring electricity
What are the two types of electric
charges?
a. High and low

b. Solid and liquid

c. Elements and compounds

d. Positive and negative
Objects with the same electric
charge
a. Repel each other

b. Attract each other

c. Are called insulators

d. Are called conductors
What is static electricity?
a. A high voltage carrier

b. A positive charge

c. A negative charge

d. Built up electric charge on an object
What is an electric current?
a. An electric circuit with all lights on

b. An electric circuit with continuity

c. Static electricity

d. A continuous flow of electric charge
Which material conducts
electricity?
a. Copper wire

b. Cork

c. Rubber

d. wood
What causes a balloon to stick to a
wall with static charge?
a. Positive and negative charges repel

b. Two negative charges attract

c. Two positive charges attract

d. Positive and negative charges attract

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