A bar magnet is repelled when an electromagnet is brought close to it. Describe how the bar magnet would have moved if the current in the electromagnet had been reversed.

Ignacio Casey 2022-09-21 Answered
A bar magnet is repelled when an electromagnet is brought close to it. Describe how the bar magnet would have moved if the current in the electromagnet had been reversed.
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brodireo1
Answered 2022-09-22 Author has 12 answers
When a bar magnet is repelled upon bringng an electromagnet close to it, tells us that there is like pole and hence repelled.lIf the electro magnet is reversed and then brought near bar magnet,it would attract as unlike poles attract.
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