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  1. imqwerty
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    Where are the North and south poles located in a uniform spherical Magnet? ¿

  2. anonymous
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    interesting question

  3. IrishBoy123
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    if you mean, say, you have taken a more typical cuboid bar magnet and machined it into a spherical shape, the N and S poles should be in the same place. you would find them by observing repulsion by another magnet.

  4. imqwerty
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    Nd is there a theoretical approach to this problem.

  5. imqwerty
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    I don't like to take out solutions of problems by practical method because it is not always that accurate as compared to theoretical method.

  6. anonymous
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  7. anonymous
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    I'm not sure, but isn't the north pole in the south and the south pole in the west?

  8. anonymous
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    The issue with this question is that the sphere is uniform. This means there is no "preferred" orientation of the sphere. From a theoretical standpoint, we could just DEFINE up to be north and "down" to be south. From an experimental viewpoint, there are several ways to determine where they are. The best answer seems to be what @IrishBoy123 wrote because of this preferred orientation issue.

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