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anonymous
 one year ago
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How can electric charges be used to create a magnetic field?
A.
A magnetic field forms around a moving electric charge, so an electric current can be used to make a magnetic field.
B.
It is not possible to create a magnetic field using electric current; a magnetic field can only be created from another magnetic field.
C.
A magnetic field forms around a stationary electric charge, so an electric current can be used to make a magnetic field.
D.
A magnetic field forms around a dipolar electric charge, so an electric current can be used to make a magnetic field.
anonymous
 one year ago
Medal How can electric charges be used to create a magnetic field? A. A magnetic field forms around a moving electric charge, so an electric current can be used to make a magnetic field. B. It is not possible to create a magnetic field using electric current; a magnetic field can only be created from another magnetic field. C. A magnetic field forms around a stationary electric charge, so an electric current can be used to make a magnetic field. D. A magnetic field forms around a dipolar electric charge, so an electric current can be used to make a magnetic field.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0a magnetic field is created by moving electron or electric current... don't ask for reason.. its like gravity you have to accept it :P
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