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Please help me if you can! I will medal and fan you if you help me out!! Discuss the relationship between electric and magnetic fields... I just need help with this question, like in simple, understandable words can you tell me how they are alike? Or how they interact with each other??
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Electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) are invisible groups of energy, frequently mentioned to as radiation, that are related with the use of electrical power and many forms of natural and artificial lighting. EMFs are usually counted and measured by wavelength or frequency. Does that Help?
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Yes, thank you! :) @Lukina
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Thanks for the fan and medal. :D
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