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What poles of a magnet attract?

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The two poles that attract are the north whit north or south whit south

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Magnet attract if opposite poles and magnet repelif same poles.


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


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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.


Use a compass to identify its poles. The compass needle always points to the south pole of a magnet because unlike poles attract.


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Like poles repel, opposites attract. So a N pole of one bar magnet will repel the N pole of another bar magnet. And the same applies to two S poles.


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