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Do magnets have to touch each other in order to experience a magnetic force explain

They do not need to be in contact. For example, putting like poles together of a magnet can show you that force can be experienced with them touching.

Putting together two north sides of a magnet would cause the magnets to move away from each other, and this does not need contact.

CONCLUSION: Contact is not always required.

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No they don't need to touch each other.

For example, if you have one of those magnet iron filings spread it out and you put two magnets near each other, you could see the magnetic force. This proves that magnets don't have to touch each other to experience a magnetic force.
No just put a magnetic needle

No they do not, the only thing that has to touch is the magnetic field, as long as they are close to one another and their magnetic fields are in the same proximity they will experience a magnetic force.

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Do magnets have to touch each other in order to experience magnetic force?

No! The magnets have two different poles that attract or repel forming a magnetic field around them. Magnetic attraction occurs just when their poles are different and attract, now the magnetic repulsion occurs when the two poles of the magnets are equal, so they need not touch each other to experience the magnetic force, since the magnetic force exists with the repulsion of them.

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Do magnets have to touch each other in order to experience a magnetic force explain

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