What are the laws of magnetism?
the laws of magnetism are electrons have to line up,opposite ends attract and the same repell
Gausses's Law for magnetism: Div (H) = 0 where H is a vector
Ampere's Circuital Law: Curl(H) = J + dD/dt H, J and D are all vectors also.
H is magnetic field intensity J is current density D is electric flux density
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There is a North and South pole, and when you take another Magnet and try to make it attract to the other Magnet, It will.. But if you put South with South, it won't attract, if you put North with North, Won't attratc ethier =}
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A nonspecific question does not give much opportunity for a direct answer. Magnetism creates a magnetic field. Magnetism creates a force between two magnets. Magnetism from one object will induce magnetism in another object. Magnetism can be used to create an electric field if the magnetic filed is changing with time.