Magnetism

# What is the number of poles in ring magnet?

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###### 2010-11-22 12:01:20

All magnets have two poles - north and south.

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hello,a magnet has several poles for every atom of a magnet has n,s poles.a bar magnet has two poles ,a ring magnet has no poles.so if a shape is different the atoms are arranged differenrtly and thus it affects its magnetism

A magnet has two poles which are known as north and south poles.

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we can find the poles of a ring magnet by tieing thread along the circumference of it and suspend it with a torsionless string then it will allign itself according to earth magnetic field

On the top and bottom of the ring. If you have several they would join together to form a tube... in a series of north/south connections.

The opposite poles of a magnet do not repel, they attract.

a mineral magnet can stick to a magnet because a mineral magnet has to poles the north and the south poles

Answer. Two properties of a magnet are: (i) A magnet always has two poles: north pole and south pole.

A bar magnet has two poles, a north and a south. When you break a bar magnet into to pieces, you create two bar magnets, each with a north and a south pole. So the total number of poles will then be four.

The poles of a magnet are the two ends of the magnet where the charge is different. One side is north; the other is south.

When the magnet poles are the same. Hope this helps :D

2, a positive and a negative yes, a magnet has two poles, a north pole and a south pole. and if you break the magnet, each magnet will obtain its own north and south poles. no matter how many times you break a magnet, they will obtain their own north and south poles

Nothing happens, except that now you have two magnets. The poles of a magnet are not actually localized at the two ends of the magnet but are inherent to the magnetic properties of the magnet. As the magnetic properties are not altered by a modification of the magnet such as cutting it in half, there will be no effect on the poles of the magnet.

One pole in a magnet which is n stands for north , and the other pole on a magnet which is s , stands for south. Those are the two poles on a magnet.

The two poles of a magnet are called "north pole" and "south pole".

The ends of a magnet are called the "poles". Magnets have both north and south poles.

It has 2 poles. They are the North and South Poles.

Yes. A magnet needs two poles: Here the Earth has North and South magnetic poles. The Earth itself is the magnet. They do not coincide with the poles on the map.

Without poles, it's not a magnet. It's just a bar. All magnets have north and south poles.

Every magnet has two magnetic poles. The poles of a magnet have opposite charges.They have a South and a North Pole.

it has poles because the magnet needs to have a negative and positive side so they can attract other objects

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