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How will we find North and South pole of a freely suspended bar magnet ?

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How does compass help to find direction 

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what are magnets?

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How can we prove Magnetism is a form of energy 

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What is magnet

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I HEARD MY TEACHER TELLING NORTH ATTRACTS TO SOUTH BUT IN MY NOTES IT IS GIVEN WHEN A STRING TIED TO BAR MAGNET THE POLE WHICH FACES NORTH IS NORTH POLE BUT NORTH ATTRACTS TO SOUTH
 

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CBSE - VI - Science - Fun with Magnets

how does an electromagnet functions?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Fun with Magnets

Why is it said that ‘repulsion is a sure test of magnetism’? (3 Marks)

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CBSE - VI - Science - Fun with Magnets

describe asimple experiment to show that a freely suspended magnet always alings itself in a particular direction.
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(a) Identify the type of magnets:      (i)                   (ii)        (b) How do travellers in the olden days used magnets to find directions?

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What does the given figure show?

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Identify and define the device shown in the given figure.

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(a) You are given two similar steel bars one of which is a magnet. What else would you require to test which of the given steel bars is a magnet? (b) How the magnetic compass is used to know the directions of a place?

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(a) What happens when the north pole of a magnet is placed near the north pole of another magnet? (b) Name four different types of magnets.

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In which direction a freely suspended bar magnet comes to rest?

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How the magnetic compass is used to know the directions of a place?

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Briefly describe the structure of magnetic compass.

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Name the two poles of the magnet.

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How can you find the North and South pole of the magnet?

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CBSE - VI - Science - Fun with Magnets

When the iron fillings are spread on a sheet and a bar magnet is placed on it, what do you observe? Do you find anything special about the way they arrange themselves?

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When we rub soil or sand with magnet, we find some particles of soil or sand remain attached to it. Why does it happen?

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