PHYSICS Mathematical representation of Lorenz Force Fm = qvBsinθ Discussion

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PHYSICS Mathematical representation of Lorenz Force Fm = qvBsinθ Discussion

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We are to cover the formula from electromagnetism section on Physics for first year university
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where are the poles of a uniformly made spherical magnet located??
Oh hey are you talking about U shaped magnet or the earth?
There are usually two types of magnets we use for experimental purposes
One is the magnet bar we all know to be our old high school memory
around which electromagnetic field is formed if being placed in a coat of filaments.
forget the earth just think that i took magnetic material and made a uniform spherical magnet out of it.
or microscopic ferromagnetic materials whose magnetism can be induced by artificial means
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