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Explain how a motor works? What makes the motor "run"?

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    9v battery lolzzzzz

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    Look up 'the motor effect'. The 9V battery is only a superficial explanation. See the video http://www.cyberphysics.co.uk/topics/magnetsm/electro/Motor%20Effect.htm here.

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    gasoline for me

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    Well I need to know electrically and mechanically how it works... Thank you for trying to help, but the video didn't make it any clearer for me :/ @henpen

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    google it you will find good explaination

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    When you pass a current through a wire in a magnetic field, there is a force.|dw:1349459894578:dw|

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    The force is perpendicular to both the current's direction AND the magnetic field.

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    http://gcserevision101.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/001.jpg?w=326&h=224

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    http://lgfl.skoool.co.uk/uploadedImages/Coord12_20_electric_motor.gif

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    Thanks!! @henpen

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    |dw:1349462990849:dw| make an arrangment of magnets on shafts and supports so that they attract and repel and give rotation to the shaft, how it works , there shud b a few phenomenas in mind and u got it

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