north and south
The 2 ends of a magnet are called its north & south pole
Have a magnet underneath it with opposite sides facing each other or hold a magnet over the magnet you are trying to levitate. Opposite sides facing each other
north pole and south pole
A trapezoid is a shape that has 4 sides and 2 parallel sides. The sides that are parallel are called the bases.
A hexagon is a 2-dimensional figure with six sides. In general, a 2-dimensional figure with many sides is called a polygon.
both sides (poles) of a magnet have the same magnetic charge
Magnets have 2 different sides called North pole and South pole. If a north pole is attracted to another north pole they will repelel same with a south and a south pole.
magnet which we get naturally from earth is called natural magnet e.g: lodestone.. while magnet made from magnetic material is called artificial magnet ...
Such a magnet is ordinarily called a "Horseshoe" magnet due to its resemblance to a horseshoe.
A 2 dimensional shape that has 12 sides is called a: Dodecagon
It has 2 congruent sides and a base
This is because magnets have north and south poles, which attract and repel each other. Opposite sides of the magnet attract each other like a south pole of the magnet touching the north pole of another magnet, while the same sides of a magnet like a north pole of one magnet touching a north pole from another magnet.
There is two
opposite poles attract
The magnetic force of a magnet is called magnetism.
Intersection point in lines & in figures' sides it's called vertex.
a magnet is called a MAGNET WHEREVER