In all probability, you know that magnetism worksheet answers are about as extensive as a Rubik’s cube. However, I can guarantee you that even if you already have this book in your possession, you haven’t read it yet, and you certainly haven’t answered all the questions that remain on your mind. In fact, you probably don’t even know how to use it!
The heart of this book is an interactive educational module, which helps you memorize over a thousand questions about magnets, which you can then use to test yourself against by using your magnetic worksheet answers. In a nutshell, the tool helps you to apply different strategies while learning about magnets. I mentioned a few of them in the last paragraph. So, what are they?
The first strategy that Joseph Prindle presents is called ‘Arrange and Draw’. This worksheet answers to question such as ‘What type of drawing are magnets commonly used for?’ As well as, ‘What causes two magnets to repel each other?’
The second strategy that he explains is called ‘Forms and Surfaces’ and is what you would have learnt in Geometry or Calculus classes. You will be asked to explore the concepts of ‘water drops hitting two unconnected flat surfaces’, and so on.
The third strategy that he provides is called ‘Quicksand’. In fact, you will use this strategy in many cases throughout the workbook. You’ll learn all about the various different types of quicksand – from white to brown to red to purple – and then you’ll go through a ‘vacuum simulation’ scenario, demonstrating why these quicksand conditions are possible and physically real.
The fourth strategy is called ‘Contraction’. It is about the various different types of things that are said to be made up of magnets, and that is not in fact magnets at all. The main examples that this strategy uses are, the National Geographic issue that contains only pictures of magnets, or magnets inside magnets.
You can also find out more about the fifth strategy from the sixth page of the ‘Essential Science Worksheet Answers’. The sixth page contains a list of ten different styles of magnets and their respective strengths.
I hope that you can appreciate that this is an exciting book contains many different strategies, each one useful. You can use the techniques presented in one technique to help you understand the other. So, whether you want to make sense of everything from the physics of magnetism, or just want to read about how magnets behave, this book will surely help you to do so.