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Magnetic Attraction And Repulsion
Materials Required
* A number of magnets with North Pole and South pole marked on it.
Method
  • Take 2 magnets and let the north pole of one magnet face the north pole of another magnet.
  • Observe what happens.
  • Next take 2 magnets and let the north pole of one magnet face the south pole of another magnet.
  • Observe what happens and note it down.
  • Repeat the 2 procedures a number of times and note down your observations.
What is Learnt
Like poles repel each other, unlike poles attract each other.
Conclusion
* The north pole of one magnet will not attract the north pole of another magnet and will push it away. Hence like poles do not attract each other. * The south pole of one magnet will attract the north pole of another magnet and vice-versa. Hence unlike poles attract each other.


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