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OneOwOne

  • 2 years ago

The force of attraction/repulsion applied on two magnets?

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  1. OneOwOne
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    When two magnets attract/repel that is due to a force of attraction or repulsion that is applied on BOTH magnet.

  2. OneOwOne
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    Isn't that force determined by the strength of both magnets and mass of each?

  3. OneOwOne
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    When a magnet (A) having a stronger pole strength than magnet (B) = A stronger of attraction than this setup where we have two (B) magnets. By trying this yourself, you would notice that a stronger force is present. My question is... How is that force being applied on both magnets calculated AND, when they are being attracted/repelled are both of them applying their full potential? Or gradual?

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    @gleem @Mashy

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    @Vincent-Lyon.Fr

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    "When a magnet (A) having a stronger pole strength than magnet (B) = A stronger of attraction than this setup where we have two (B) magnets." Btw is my understanding logical? Due to the experiment I've applied it proved me right so... I think I am.

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    Any ideas anyone?

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    @Vincent-Lyon.Fr?

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