# When the ends of two bar magnets are near each other, they are found to attract. The ends must be (a) one north, the other south, (b) both north, (c) both south, (d) either (a) or (b).

When the ends of two bar magnets are near each other, they are found to attract. The ends must be (a) one north, the other south, (b) both north, (c) both south, (d) either (a) or (b).
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If the magnets attract that means they must have opposite one south and other north, but it doesn't matter which is which because in both cases they attract.
Result:
a)