why always the megnetic field is not stronger in center of the magnet ?

Asked by shantanu1995 | 9th Aug, 2010, 11:59: PM

Expert Answer:

Because all the field lines pass through the magnetic and emerge at N pole and goes back into magnet at S pole.
The field lines are outside the magnet at only N and S poles, and regions exhibits strong magnetic field than the centre, where there are no magnetic field lines outside the magent.
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Answered by  | 11th Aug, 2010, 12:20: PM

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