Magnetic Force <ul><li>Magnetic force is the force by which objects are attracted or repelled from each other. </li></ul>
How is it used? <ul><li>It is used in many ways some of which are the earth’s magnetic field also known as the earth’ magnetosphere. </li></ul>
<ul><li>The magnets are being attracted to each other by force. </li></ul>Example 1
<ul><li>The force pulled the two magnets together so that now it is harder for you to separate them without yanking them apart. </li></ul>Effect 1
<ul><li>The two magnets are making it harder to attach. </li></ul>Example 2
Effect 2 The effect is that the magnets are pushed away [ repelled away ] from each other.
<ul><li>There is one magnet on top and one on the bottom. The magnets are holding up one of the two metal balls in midair. Each metal ball weighs 2 grams and 25 milligrams. The strength of the magnets is holding up the metal ball. </li></ul>Levitating Magnets
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