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PHYSICS Mathematical representation of Lorenz Force Fm = qvBsinθ Discussion
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Anyone keen on electromagnetism?
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@ganeshie8
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@nincompoop

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello fellow student
anonymous
  • anonymous
We are to cover the formula from electromagnetism section on Physics for first year university
anonymous
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You ready for it?
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Invite others to join
imqwerty
  • imqwerty
where are the poles of a uniformly made spherical magnet located??
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh hey are you talking about U shaped magnet or the earth?
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are usually two types of magnets we use for experimental purposes
anonymous
  • anonymous
One is the magnet bar we all know to be our old high school memory
anonymous
  • anonymous
around which electromagnetic field is formed if being placed in a coat of filaments.
imqwerty
  • imqwerty
forget the earth just think that i took magnetic material and made a uniform spherical magnet out of it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
or microscopic ferromagnetic materials whose magnetism can be induced by artificial means
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh I see.
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Invite your friends to this discussion. They would love this.
imqwerty
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ok
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@nincompoop
anonymous
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We need to spread the universal love for physics, and eliminate the universal phobia for physics as well. This is our mission
imqwerty
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:) all the best
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Any doubts you may have I will be happy to clarify, and elaborate and eliminate

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