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Suppose that a magnetic force in a motor was not strong enough to move. Describe how the force could be made stronger so that the motor would work?

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    Increase the current! This is why the lights dim when the drying kicks on!

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    more current, stronger magnets or less mechanical resistance

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    Great, thank you!! @eashmore and @egenriether

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    supplied current ampere value need to increased

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    by winding more wires like copper wires

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