Test: 3rd Grade Science

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Mr. Figueroa's class is exploring the cause and effect relationships of electricity. He asks the class to think about a balloon being rubbed on someone's hair and then held up to small bits of paper.

Which of the following is true regarding the static electricity between the paper and the balloon?

The two objects can have the same electric charge and still be attracted.

The two objects must be touching each other to be attracted.

The two objects can be separated and still attracted to each other.

The two objects must be different colors to have an electric pull.

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