Will the north pole attract the north pole?
north pole and south pole attract + south pole and north pole attract because opposites attract. two magnets repel each other when the same poles are pulling together. for example, north pole + north pole repel because they are the same.
Yes, opposites attract
... and a south pole ...
Yes, the north and south pole attract because they are opposites and if they weren't like north and north or south and south, then you will have to try hard to make them attract but they will not stay, unless you hold them together while struggling.
The north pole of a magnet will always attract the south pole of another magnet.
No they attract. The North Pole Magnet repels to another North Pole Magnet. its the same with the south pole magnets
Yes, the reason for this is that opposite poles attract, similar poles repel.
to atrac if there is the north and the south pole and to repeal if there is north and north pole it will repeal and if there is souht and shouth pole it will repeal
If you put north pole against north pole it will repel and if you put south pole against south pole it will also repel but if you put north pole against south pole it will attract. This is because 2 poles will not attract the same poles but different poles will.
To repel something is to keep it away. To attract something is to draw it towards oneself. "Repel" and "attract" are words usually used to describe magnetism. Magnets have two opposite ends, or "poles", called "north" and "south". When the north pole of one magnet gets close the north pole of another magnet, they repel each other. When the north pole of a magnet gets close to the south pole of another magnet, they attract… Read More
It is because where the geographical north is there a bar magnet's south pole is there and where geographical south is there a bar magnet's north pole is there.This is because the earth acts like a magnet.That is, the earth's north pole and a bar magnet's south pole attract each other and the earth's south pole and a bar magnet's north pole attract each other.
yes. if the two poles are the same (north + north or south + south), they repel but if they are different (north + south or south +north), they attract. hope this helped...
It is when you have the pole north facing up and the pole south facing down they repel. When the pole north and south are facing up or down they attract.
Two poles of the same kind repel each other; a north pole and a south pole attract each other. Two poles of the same kind repel each other; a north pole and a south pole attract each other. Two poles of the same kind repel each other; a north pole and a south pole attract each other. Two poles of the same kind repel each other; a north pole and a south pole attract each… Read More
No they do not. Only a north pole and a south pole of a magnet attract.
If you're talking magnets, then yes.
Opposites attract. SO if you had two bar magnets, the north pole on one and the south pole on the other would attract. Opposites attract, similar poles repel.
Yes. Like poles repel, and opposite poles attract. In electrostatics, like charges repel, and opposite charges attract.
In magnet , like poles repels each other and unlike poles attract each other. North pole and South pole are dissimilar poles , so they attract each other.
The north pole of one magnet will attract the south pole of another
they will not stick together because opposites attract.
A magnet has two poles, the north and the south. Opposite poles attract, meaning that a north pole will attract a south pole. Same poles repel; a north pole repels another north pole and a south pole repels another south pole. If two magnets attract each other, that pulls them together, and if they repel each other, that pushes them apart. That is the phenomenon that you observed, of magnets bouncing back when you try… Read More
Yes. The "north pole" of one magnet will attract the "south pole" of another. Opposite charges attract, like charges repel.
Yes,magnets can attract two irons at a time.One to the south pole and other to the north pole.
This is because magnets have north and south poles, which attract and repel each other. Opposite sides of the magnet attract each other like a south pole of the magnet touching the north pole of another magnet, while the same sides of a magnet like a north pole of one magnet touching a north pole from another magnet.
There are 2 poles of magnet one is like pole and the other is unlike pole one has north pole in it and the other has south pole in it. South snd south pole of 2 magnets would never attract where as the same goes with north pole as well.North and south pole would always attract.
If one magnet's North Pole faced another magnet's North Pole, the magnets would repel eachother, meaning they would push away from eachother. If you put a North and a South pole together, however, they would attract, or come together. N+N= Repel S+S= Repel N+S= Attract S+N= Attract Well. I guess opposites really DO attract...
A magnet's north pole will attract the south pole of a compass needle (i.e. the end of the needle that points to Magnetic South).
The Earth has a magnetic field
North pole. The north pole of a compass needle has "S" on it, and the south pole of the needle has "N" on it. Opposites attract, similar poles repel.
When you connect a North Magnetic Pole to a South Magnetic Pole the attract each other. So they connect. Opposites attract. Plain and Simple
The orientation of two bar magnets that would attract each other and two bar magnets that would repel each other?
because there is north pole and south pole it could repel if there is north pole with north pole
False only a north and north would repel and south with south would repel Opposites attract
The simple answer is that the earth's North Pole (or, more strictly, 'Magnetic North) is a location, and not its magnetic polarity. Its magnetic polarity is actually south and, because 'unlike poles attract', it attracts the north pole of a magnet.
The compass is a magnet too; and magnets attract each other. More specifically, the north pole of one magnet is attracted by the south pole of another magnet. The compass is a magnet too; and magnets attract each other. More specifically, the north pole of one magnet is attracted by the south pole of another magnet. The compass is a magnet too; and magnets attract each other. More specifically, the north pole of one magnet… Read More
South. hence "opposites attract"
depends on the type of stone
A magnet has both a South pole and a North pole. The magnetic properties of a magnet come from the alignment of electrons inside of the magnet. The North pole of a magnet will repel another North pole, but attract a South pole, and vice versa.
A compass will always point to the south pole of a magnet.
Magnetic Energy the South Pole and the North Pole Opposites attract
yes it does the south pole also attracts an iron bar
Electromagnets are just as "real" as permanent magnets and behave in exactly the same way (as long as there's current flowing through them). So, yes: the north pole of a permanent magnet will attract the south pole, and repel the north pole, of an electromagnet.
The electric force will repel as well as attract. A fundamental concept regarding electrostatics is that like charges repel and opposite charges attract. We can also see that the magnetic force can attract and repel in a similar way. It's no mystery that the electromagnetic force is considered one force by physicists. A magnetic north pole will repel another north pole, but will attract a magnetic south pole.
They will repel (push away) from each other. Opposites attract. Likes repel.
Magnets are said to have a "north pole" and a "south pole". Traditionally, the north pole of a magnet is the side that would be attracted toward the North Pole of the Earth in a compass. Since opposite magnetic poles attract, the Earth's "Magnetic North Pole" is physically a magnetic south pole. To answer the question... No, the north pole is not a negative charge. We speak of north and south poles in magnetism. We… Read More
False. Opposite poles attract. Same poles repel.
if its not magnitised then , yes.
where ever the iron fillings attract
'Magnetic North' is a term used to distinguish that LOCATION from 'True North'. The magnetic polarity of Magnetic North is south because it attracts the north pole of a compass needle (unlike poles attract).