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# What force is there between - two north poles attractive force repulsive force or no force?

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Two magnetic north poles (or two magnetic south poles) repel one another.

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## Related Questions Assuming that these are magnetic poles, it is the force of magnetic attraction.  Magnets have both a north pole and a south pole. One of the laws of magnets is "like forces repel, unlike forces attract." So, if you bring the north pole of one magnet towards the south pole of another, there will be a strong attractive force between them. With very strong magnets, you may not be able to force two north poles together - they will just slide away. It is similar to gravitational force in some aspects, dissimilar in others. It's best that you read in detail about how both work, to understand the similarities and differences. The Wikipedia might be a good start.Both act at a distance. Gravitation acts on any mass; both electrical and magnetic forces only act on certain types of materials. Gravitation is always attractive. Electrical and magnetic forces can be attractive or repulsive, depending on the exact situation. Unlike electrical charges, you can't separate magnetic "charges" - you can only have dipoles (a combined north and south pole), so a magnet will attract another magnet in one orientation, and repel it in the opposite orientation. The force between magnets is called magnetism. Magnets have two points which are the north-seeking pole and south-seeking pole where most of its strength is concentrated. The Difference Between The Two Poles Is Basically The Magnetic Force Between Them That Pushes Eachother Away. ? The force represents the ratio between the rotational work and the radius of rotation.  Magnetic Energythe South Pole and the North PoleOpposites attract  Hi, Ill try to answer this question. In the nucleus, there are two main forces which act. These are; 1. Strong nuclear force &amp; 2. Electrostatic forces The electrostatic force, is the repulsive force which acts between the positively charged protons. This is because like charges repel. (You can see this in action if you place 2 magnets with the north poles facing one another and try to move them together.) The strong nuclear force, is a short-range force, which acts to hold the nucleus together. As the number of nucleons (neutrons and protons) increases, so does the strong nuclear force. As such, it is really the strong nuclear force which holds the nucleus together. Hope this helped. Since North and South are opposing directions, the net force will be 10 N north. One way to look at it is to define North as a positive direction. In that case, South would be negative and the net force would be 15 N - 5 N = 10 N (which, since we defined North as positive, means that the force must be directed North since the net force is positive).   Yes. Under Broadway v. Blythe, 326 S.E.2d 266, the North Carolina Supreme Court adopted the Torts Restatement 2nd rule for attractive nuisance. The four forces are: strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force, electromagnetic force, and gravitational force.Both the strong nuclear force and the weak nuclear force have a very limited range, although very strong compared to the other two forces neither can reach outside the atomic nucleus.The electromagnetic force has an infinite range and can in principle act between all objects all the time, but the fact that it comes in opposite polarities (i.e. plus/minus electric charges, north/south magnetic poles) that attract and cancel each other, most objects have no net electromagnetic field and thus cannot act on any other object.The gravitational force has an infinite range and only one polarity (i.e. attractive), so although it is the weakest of all the four forces, it alone can act between all objects all the time. Electrons repel other electrons, and magnetic poles repel other magnetic poles which are the same, that is, north repels north and south repels south. If the 10N force is positive, meaning to the north, then the 5N south would be negative, and the net force is 10N + (-5N) = 5N to the north. Make N positive and S negative. Net force = +39N + (-11N) = +28N, or 28N north.   The forces are in opposite directions, so subtract. 9n - 5n = 4n. Direction is North. The line of force or Flux between a north and south pole of a magnet are cut by rotating conductors. This induces a voltage into the conductors. This is referred to as electromagnetic induction. Take north to be the positive direction, and south to be the negative direction. Net force = 13N + (-17N) = -4N Net force = 4N to the south. No, only a force direct West can balance a force directed East.

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