Do magnets with the same poles repel?
Yes, they repel when the same poles are together.
when the magnets repel they have the same poles facing each other. Like if you hold two north side pole together they will repel.
When the two bar magnets are the same side like " like poles repel and unlike poles attract"
Magnet attract if opposite poles and magnet repel if same poles.
Opposite poles attract one another. Poles of the same charge repel each other.
They repel each other.
A magnet will repel another magnet only if the two poles of the same sign (two positive poles or two negative poles) are put to face each other. Otherwise, they will be attracted to each other.
Like poles repel and opposite poles attract.
The space around a magnet is called a magnetic pole. The same ends of magnets have the same poles so they repel each other. Different ends are not the same so they want to attract.
Like poles (south-south or north-north) of magnets repel while opposite poles (north-south) attract.
They are only attracted to another magnet if thay are on opposite poles. If they are on the same pole then they will repel.
Do magnets offend you? Magnetism is a product of the electromagnetic force defined by Coulomb's Law. Opposite magnetic poles attract, same magnetic poles repel.
Same poles will repel each other and opposite poles attract each other
Opposite poles of magnets attract each other while like poles repel. So... North is attracted to South but two Norths repeal and two Souths repel. Magnets are also attracted to magnetic substances such as Iron and Nickel. Basically, magnets have two poles, they come in various shapes and attract/repel other magnets.
Like poles repel; opposite poles attract.
Because they have equal positive charges. Particles with the same charge will repel each other, much like when two permanent magnets will repel if the poles are the same.
Magnets attract when their opposite poles come close to each other. They repel when the same pole on each magnet come lose to each other.
Magnets have two poles north and south. Like poles repel and unlike poles attract.
opposite ends attract (ie:north and south) and the same poles repel (ie:north and north) opposite ends attract (ie:north and south) and the same poles repel (ie:north and north)
The opposite poles attract and similar poles repel.
When the opposite poles of two bar magnets are facing each other, they will attract. When magnets have the same pole facing each other, they will repel.
If the poles of individual bar magnets repel each other then they must be the same pole. Magnetic attraction only occurs between opposite poles.
When the north poles of two magnets are placed together, they will repel each other.
It is that magnetic force which causes the same poles of two different magnets to repel from each other.
They repel each other.
Every magnet has two polarities. Same poles repel each other while opposite poles attract.
All magnets attract. What (I think) you want is that opposite poles attract and like poles repel, but all (known) magnets have both poles ... so one end or the other will attract.
Repel each other
It is not random. Always, "different poles attract", "same poles repel". The poles are termed North or South and is the way the poles align themselves, with the earths magnetic poles. North seeking or South seeking ends.
Unlike poles attract so North attracts South. Like poles repel, So North repels North.
Magnets have a south pole and a north pole. Like poles of two magnets repel and opposite poles attract each other.
due to magnetic lines of force, like poles repel
the north end of the magnet is attracted to the south end so they stick and the same poles repel
opposite poles-attracts each other and like poles- repel each other
Because the same poles are creating the same energy and if its the same energy it resist each other. Each end of a magnet is opposite. These are called poles. When poles are put together if they are opposite they attract. When the poles are the same ie have the same magnetic flux then they repel.
What do people mean by the north and south poles of a magnet witch poles repel each other and witch poles attract each other?
Magnets have two opposite sides, called "north" and "south". The same sides, for example north and north, of different magnets repel each other, while opposite sides (north vs. south) attract each other.
Very simple answer: It will repel.
Like poles repel and unlike poles attract and keep 'um away from your pacemaker.
Yes, u got it right
If you hold a magnet near another magnet and note that they repel what do you know about the position of the poles?
If the magnets repel, it means that they positioned with same poles toward each other (North with North or South with South). If they attract each other, then it means that the near poles are different (North with South).
Magnets stick together when you have two different poles next to each other. The North end and the South end attract, whereas two of the same poles repel. It is a magnetic force or pull that makes them stick together.
north pole and south pole attract + south pole and north pole attract because opposites attract. two magnets repel each other when the same poles are pulling together. for example, north pole + north pole repel because they are the same.
magnets repel magnets. a north repels north, south repels south and north attracts south poles
The way it works is that magnets have two sides, called the north pole and the south pole. Two poles of the same kind (for example, two south poles) repel one another; two different poles (i.e., a north and a south pole) attract one another.
Push away-like similar poles on magnets.
The poles of magnets with the same polarity will repel each other (for example 2 positive poles). From a standpoint of charges, similar charges will repel each other. From the standpoint of magnetic fields, the two fields around similar poles are flowing in the opposite directions, and will either force each other away or will spin one magnet around so that the two fields become aligned (pulls + pole to - or vice versa).
If you put north pole against north pole it will repel and if you put south pole against south pole it will also repel but if you put north pole against south pole it will attract. This is because 2 poles will not attract the same poles but different poles will.
A magnet can repel a paper clip if the paper clip is magnetized and the two north poles or two south poles of the magnets are facing each other.
the law which states that like poles of magnets repel each other, and unlike poles attract each other
Like poles will repel. Unlike poles will attract.
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