== == Earth happens to have two North poles, but it is not necessary. * The geographic north pole is one of the two places where the axis of rotation meets the surface. All planets and stars have one geographic north pole and one geographic south pole.
* The north magnetic pole is the point where the magnetic field points directly down, and the south magnetic pole is the point where the magnetic field points directly up. Earth happens to have one magnetic north pole and one magnetic south pole at the moment. Mars doesn't have any magnetic poles. Our sun often has dozens of magnetic north and magnetic south poles in or near its sunspots.
with two poles
When the north poles of two magnets are placed together, they will repel each other.
Yes, all magnets have an equal number of north poles and south poles. If they have one north pole they have one south pole, if they have two north poles they have two south poles, etc.
A magnet has two poles which are known as north and south poles.
when two different poles meet, they attract,like north an south poles, they would attract. Whereas two north poles being too close ,would repell...as also would two south poles...they would repell.
An electromagnet has two poles; north and south.
Two magnetic north poles (or two magnetic south poles) repel one another.
Magnets have two poles, these poles are called the North pole and the South pole. The North pole is the side of the magnet that points to the Earth's North pole when freely suspended.
No, there is True North, and there is Magnetic North. But these are different.
The two poles that attract are the north whit north or south whit south
Two, The North and South Magnetic Poles.
Magnets have two poles north and south. Like poles repel and unlike poles attract.
Something that has two poles is called bipolar. These poles in a magnet are called north seeking poles or south seeking poles depending on their direction.
Unlike poles Attract. Like poles Repel. So, Two North poles will repel each other and so will two South poles.
The two poles of a magnet are called "north pole" and "south pole".
The North. There is no land at the North pole.
180Â° separate the two poles.
All magnets have two poles - north and south.
They are called north and south.
North and south poles.
north and south
No, there are two - the true North Pole and the magnetic North Pole.
It is not possible to create a magnet with two south poles or two north poles. Both the poles always exist along with each other. Force 2 magnets together end to end with the south poles together. You will get a north pole at each end and a big south pole in the middle. This arrangement is called a quadrupole.
Answer. Two properties of a magnet are: (i) A magnet always has two poles: north pole and south pole.
Without them we would all be frozen because the north and south are like magnetic poles