Why can't the south pole of the magnetic needle deflect in Ampere swimming Rule??
Asked by pratishapranisha153 | 21st May, 2019, 09:45: PM
Ampere's swimming rule states that, if swimmer swims in a direction of current facing a magnetic needle, then the north pole of magnetic field deflects towards his left hand and south pole towards his right hand.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 22nd May, 2019, 12:57: PM
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