princeevee
  • princeevee
Where is the magnetic field of any magnet the weakest? A. halfway between the poles B. halfway between the center and each pole C. at the poles D. slightly left and slightly right of the center
Physics
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
As I posted in your previous post: Nice question, but remember as you go further out in a magnet the magnetic field is stronger (strongest in the poles, north and south). [simply put] I think this should be a good enough hint :)

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