Uses of magnets in everyday life?
To seal your frig door; inside your toaster; in all the motors in your house.
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Answer . Electric motors (washing machines to computer fans), (automobile engine) starters, electric clocks ( both old analog and newer digital), compass, broadcast TV and …cable use electromagnetic waves, radio and radar, as well as remembering where I spent my last vacation and keeping the next bill that must be paid on the refrigerator.
magnets are used in everyday life lots like, sticking on your fridge, playing with, tapes, credit cards, door patches, to clip/hold things together, magnetic ear…ings, to help find your keys, the tubes, you can even find a magnetic force in some animals as they are able to detect the earths magnetic field. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ dude definitely the wrong answer for this question.
Magnets are in places you usually don't think about. Remember that magnets can be roughly broken down into two types - permanent magnets and electro-magnets (sometimes "hard" …and "soft" magnets). In any case without good magnets, life as we know it would be a whole lot different. Speakers almost always have permanent magnets in them. And motors, too. Many motors have electromagnets as part of their means of operation in place of the permanent magnets we find in other motors. Computer hard drives have their data stored on them in the form of tiny magnets (or areas on the ferromagnetic coating of the platter) that are created when the read/write head applies a magnetic field for an instant over a particular location on a particular track. Magnets have been formed on the "magnetic stripe" on bank cards and other transaction or identification cards. Certainly there are plenty of toys and gadgets in which magnets play an integral part. Magnetic fields in transformers, like those in motors, make them work. Poor magnet design or lack of quality materials would increase the size and decrease the efficiency of tons of stuff. Laptops would be the size of a suitcase. All motors would get really big. Our power grid, which is operating near capacity on many occasions, would be overwhelmed. In fact, if the electromagnetic action in transformers didn't work, the power grid itself wouldn't work. Wikipedia has more information, and a link is provided. some things that use magnets are televisions . Magnets also enable the fan motto to let the fan blades to move. well you use them in your clocks, televisions, cars and a lot more
5 places: . Magnets on fridge. credit card . floppy disk . fridge door . magnetic board . thx . .....
inside fridge door, inside your toaster, and all the motors in the house
One of them is to hold up notes and stuff on your fridge or whatever.
In cell phones, refrigerator doors, automobiles, CRT type televisions, speakers, ect...
yes, they keep refrigerator and freezer doors closed.
what use do magnets have
Magnets are found in many thousands of devices. The most historically used magnet would probably be the compass where a suspended magnetised needle points to magnetic north. A…lternators, dynamos, electric motors etc. all use permanent or electromagnets and of course so does the magnetron in your microwave oven or the loudspeakers in your hi-fi. The most important recent use of magnets are in the MRI scanner now used in most hospitals to give very highly detailed pictures of the inside of the human body. The extremely powerful magnetic field is produced by coils cooled by liquid helium making them super conductive. From this to the simple handbag closure or fridge magnet, magnets are all over our homes and workplaces.
It is used in generating electricity
Mining and recycling plus more but I don't know the rest
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refrigerator magnets, magnetic seals on refrigerator doors,electric motors, credit cards, magnetic latches on kitchen cabinetdoors, etc.
Television and any other electronics in the world