## Electroscope

### Quiz

Where would the electrons in this electroscope go if a positive rod came near?

- A
- B
- C
- All charge would remain in place.

Where would the electrons in this electroscope go if a negative rod came near?

- A
- B
- C
- All charge would remain in place.

If a negative rod touched the top of this electroscope and was removed, which of the folowing would be true?

- Only A would be negative.
- Only B would be positive.
- Only C would be negative.
- Locations A, B and C would be positive.
- Locations A, B and C would be negative.

If a positive rod touched the top of this electroscope and was removed, which of the folowing would be true?

- Only A would be negative.
- Only B would be positive.
- Only C would be negative.
- Locations A, B and C would be positive.
- Locations A, B and C would be negative.

Where would the electrons in this sphere go if a positive rod came near?

- A
- B
- C
- All charge would remain in place.

Where would the electrons in this sphere go if a negative rod came near?

- A
- B
- C
- All charge would remain in place.

What would the charge on sphere A be if a positive rod came near and, at the same time, sphere B was moved away?

- positive
- negative
- neutral
- Cannot be determined

What would the charge on sphere B be if a positive rod came near and, at the same time, sphere A was moved away?

- positive
- negative
- neutral
- Cannot be determined

What would the charge on sphere B be if a negative rod came near and, at the same time, sphere A was moved away?

- positive
- negative
- neutral
- Cannot be determined

What would the charge on sphere A be if a negative rod came near and, at the same time, sphere B was moved away?

- positive
- negative
- neutral
- Cannot be determined

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