Magnetic Force By Clay McMillian
What is magnetic force and how is it used?
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’ magn...
<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 a...
<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....
CREDITS Internet Resources Book Resources  Wikipedia, Ed helper Force and Motion  By Riley Peter  Power Point designed by ...
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  1. 1. Magnetic Force By Clay McMillian
  2. 2. What is magnetic force and how is it used?
  3. 3. Magnetic Force <ul><li>Magnetic force is the force by which objects are attracted or repelled from each other. </li></ul>
  4. 4. 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>
  5. 5. <ul><li>The magnets are being attracted to each other by force. </li></ul>Example 1
  6. 6. <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
  7. 7. <ul><li>The two magnets are making it harder to attach. </li></ul>Example 2
  8. 8. Effect 2 The effect is that the magnets are pushed away [ repelled away ] from each other.
  9. 9. <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
  10. 10. CREDITS Internet Resources Book Resources Wikipedia, Ed helper Force and Motion By Riley Peter Power Point designed by Clay McMillian
  11. 11. Thanks for viewing Clay's Presentation
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