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when a bar magnet is cut in half vertically, and the magnet is kept horizontal does the strength of the magnet decrease, or does it remain the same?

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    the pole strength of the magnet decreases by half

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    r u sure? i thought it remained the same

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    when the magnet is cut horizontally to half,then its pole strength remains same

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    which way is the bar magnet oriented?

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