Two poles of same strength attract each other with a force of magnitude F

Two Poles Of Same Strength Attract Each Other With A Physics Question

Two poles of same strength attract each other with a force of magnitude F when placed at the two corners of an equilateral triangle. If a north pole of same strength is placed at the third vertex, it experiences a force of magnitude equal to


(a) F√3
(b) F
(c) F√2
(d) 2F

Correct Answer:



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Topics: Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism (167)
Subject: Physics (2479)

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