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  • Magnets are Used Every Day

  • MagnetsMagnets are used every day.Sometimes we can see the magnets such as the ones we use on our fridge to hold papers.

  • MagnetsSometimes, we cant see the magnets, but they are necessary for the object to work such as in a computers hard drive.Hard disks in a computer record data on a thin magnetic coating.

  • TransportationMagnets are used in some trains. The best known is the maglev.Maglev is a shortened combination of the words magnetic levitation This means the train is lifted above the rail by electro-magnetic force.

  • JewelryMagnets can be used to make jewelry. Some necklaces and bracelets are made from a series of linked magnets.

  • JunkyardsMagnets can be used to separate magnetic metals (iron, steel, and nickel) from non-magnetic metals such as aluminum cans.

    steel cans: magnetic aluminum can: non-magnetic

  • Toys

  • Can you see the magnet? Where is the magnet on the can opener?

    Here is a can opener.

  • Here is a compass.

    Can you see the magnet?

  • Here is a name tag.

    Can you see the magnet?

  • Here is a fridge.

    Can you see the magnet?

  • Here is a washing machine.Can you see the magnet?

  • Magnets are used every dayWe can see the magnets.

    ToysToolsName tagsCan openersCompassesWe cant see the magnets.

    Credit cardsCD playersWashing machineFaxComputersFridge doorsElectric motorsMRI machine

    Microsoft. (Designer). (2010). Magnetic letters [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/.*https://www.uptechnologysolutions.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/hard-drive-inside.jpg*Microsoft. (Designer). (2010). Necklaces [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/.*Microsoft. (Designer). (2010). Crushed aluminum can [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/.*http://www.b-ecochic.com/images/wooden-toy-train-set-4.jpg*A magnetic compass consists of a small lightweight magnet balanced on a pivot point. The magnet is called a needle. One end of the needle is often marked N (for north) or colored in some way to show that it points toward the north. In this picture north is shown by green coloring. Microsoft. (Designer). (2010). Compass [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/.*Venegas, A. (Photographer) (2010). Name tag [Print]. *Venegas, A. (Photographer) (2010). Fridge [Print]. *Microsoft. (Designer). (2010). Washing machine [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/.*