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Do the north and south pole attract each other?


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2014-05-20 00:48:21
2014-05-20 00:48:21

If you're talking about magnets, then yes, north poles attract south poles.

Two North poles repel, and two South poles repel.

If you're talking about the Earth's north and south poles, those are just

locations. They're about as far apart as it's possible to get on Earth, and

they have no influence on each other.

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South and North = Do attractNorth and South = Do attractSouth and South = Don't attractNorth and North = Don't attractTherefore, like magnetic poles do not attract each other.

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In magnet , like poles repels each other and unlike poles attract each other. North pole and South pole are dissimilar poles , so they attract each other.

We know that like magnetic poles repel and opposite magnetic poles attract. North will repel north and south will repel south. On the other hand, north and south attract each other.

They will repel each other. Here is a explanation: "-" means they will attract "*" means they will repel South-North North-South North*North South*South Basically, they need to be opposite to attract each other :)

Like polarities repel; unlike attract. So the north ends of two magnets repel each other, as do two south ends, while a north end and a south end mutually attract. North + North = Repell South + South = Repell North + South = Attract South + North = Attract

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each side has the same strength, but one is north and one is south. North and south attract each other, but north and north or south and south will not attract. Hope this helped!

The north end of one magnet will attract the south end of the other.

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Two south (or two north) magnetic poles will repel each other. A south and north pole will attract each other.

Magnets have a north and south so that's why they attract each other

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.

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Because of its magnetic field around a magnet North and South attract but North and North repel

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there are two poles to a magnet, north and south, and opposites always attract, so since north and south are opposites, they attract. but, only these opposite poles will attract. if you play with magnets, you will nnotice that only two sides will stick to each other. if you try to put north and north or south and south together, they will repell, or go away from each other, becasue they are not opposites.

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no because the north attracts north and the south attracts the south

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