Do two north poles attract?
The two poles that attract are the north whit north or south whit south
No - opposites attract.
The north poles attract and the south poles repel south poles. (Like repels, opposites attract)
Magnets have two poles north and south. Like poles repel and unlike poles attract.
Two poles of the same kind repel each other; a north pole and a south pole attract each other. Two poles of the same kind repel each other; a north pole and a south pole attract each other. Two poles of the same kind repel each other; a north pole and a south pole attract each other. Two poles of the same kind repel each other; a north pole and a south pole attract each… Read More
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.
North and South Poles
Yes, the North and South poles of a magnet attract each other. Furthermore, two North or two South poles will repel each other and no matter how many times you cut a magnet in half, it will always have a North and South pole.
Opposites attract. SO if you had two bar magnets, the north pole on one and the south pole on the other would attract. Opposites attract, similar poles repel.
Unlike poles Attract. Like poles Repel. So, Two North poles will repel each other and so will two South poles.
"Opposites attract, Same sides Repel"
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.
South and North = Do attract North and South = Do attract South and South = Don't attract North and North = Don't attract Therefore, like magnetic poles do not attract each other.
Because opposite poles attract, and similar poles repel.
Like poles will repel. Unlike poles will attract.
Ummm...North and South?
opposite poles attract. the north and south poles wouth attract while the south and south or north and north poles would repel
No they do not. Only a north pole and a south pole of a magnet attract.
Magnets are very much attracted to each other. Magnets have at least two poles: North and South. North poles attract South, and vice-versa. A simple mnemonic to remember this rule is "Opposites attract."
The north pole of a magnet will always attract the south pole of another magnet.
If you put the north and the south poles of two magnets together they will attract each other. By, Fatema Aftab
they would be attract end the story
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.
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.
south and North attracs and north and north reepls
No, there are two magnetic poles denoted by North (N) and South (S). N does not attract N, S does not attract S. N & S attract each other. Like pole repel.
the south poles
North poles attract south poles, and the other way around as well. Two poles of the same kind will repel eachother.
In magnetism, there are north and south poles that are determined by the magnetic field. Opposite poles attract and like poles repel each other.
yes. if the two poles are the same (north + north or south + south), they repel but if they are different (north + south or south +north), they attract. hope this helped...
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.
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.
They attract each other. A magnet has two poles , south and north. Like poles repel each other ,and unlike poles attract each other.
Yes, the reason for this is that opposite poles attract, similar poles repel.
Magnets have a south pole and a north pole. Like poles of two magnets repel and opposite poles attract each other.
A magnet has a polarity, in that one end is the "north" and the other is the "south". Opposite poles attract but similar poles repell each other. You cannot make the north poles of two magnets stick together.
like poles repel because North to south attract and North to north repel
A magnet has two poles, the north and the south. Opposite poles attract, meaning that a north pole will attract a south pole. Same poles repel; a north pole repels another north pole and a south pole repels another south pole. If two magnets attract each other, that pulls them together, and if they repel each other, that pushes them apart. That is the phenomenon that you observed, of magnets bouncing back when you try… Read More
Repulsion. Magnets do not like to join like poles together, which is why a north and a south pole attract each other.
the north and south poles....
No. Two like poles repel each other; two different poles (north and south) attract each other. (This has a certain similarity with the electrostatic attraction and repulsion. However, while there are certain relationships between electricity and magnetism, they should still be considered different forces.)
Unlike poles attract so North attracts South. Like poles repel, So North repels North.
Equal poles repel. Opposite poles attract.
the two poles of a magnet have opposite properties. one of them points towards north and the other points away from it (towards south). that's why poles of the same sign repel each other, whereas poles of opposite signs attract each other.
A north pole and a south pole are opposite poles, and opposite poles attract. You would detect a force that acts toward moving the two poles closer together.
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.
Yes. Like poles repel, and opposite poles attract. In electrostatics, like charges repel, and opposite charges attract.
The electromagnetic force is one of the four elementary forces, along with gravity and the weak and strong nuclear forces. The questions 'How do opposite magnetic poles attract?' and How do like poles repel?' have no answer: it's like asking 'How does gravity work?'. BTW two bar magnets don't have to attract, it's their opposite poles that attract. Like poles always repel. Every magnet has both North and South poles. There is no magnetic monopole.
Like poles (south-south or north-north) of magnets repel while opposite poles (north-south) attract.
Unlike poles attract. Like poles repel.