In general, what conditions with observable effects make magnets interact with ono-magnet materials?

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The magnet should be strong enough to attract ferromagnetic materials
Q8.
Magnets, strong or weak, can be made to attract non-magnet objects that is made of or has parts that are magnetic in nature such as those made of iron, nickel, cobalt or its alloys.
Q9.
Magnets can both attract and repel other magnets. Like poles of magnets when close enough will cause the magnets to repel each other, while unlike poles of magnets that are close enough will cause the magnets to attract each other.
Q10.
Both poles of the magnet can attract non-magnet objects that have materials or parts that are magnetic in nature.
Q11.
Only magnets can repel other magnets and already magnetized objects. But non-magnetized objects made of magnetic materials can only be attracted by a magnet.

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Magnets, strong or weak, can be made to attract non-magnet objects that is
made of or has parts that are magnetic in nature such as those made of iron,
nickel, cobalt or its alloys.
Magnets, strong or weak, can be made to attract non-magnet objects that is made of or has parts that are magnetic in nature such as those made of iron, nickel, cobalt or its alloys.

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Magnetic force...neutral kasi ang non magnetic things kaya madali silang maimluwensyahan ng isang magnetic material
Is something like a loop of copper wire to w/c a battery is connected to cause a currebt to flow
Electromagnetic enteractivity

If the non-magnetic material is something like a loop of copper wire to which a battery is connected to cause a current to flow, then there may well be an interaction with a magnet.

1. What you did to the pair of magnets to cause interaction?
(Observe effects attracted or repelled)
I put the pair of magnets to the opposite direction.
2.Objects that interacted with the magnet.
(Observe effects attracted or repelled)
These are the metallic objects.
3. What condition with observable effects make magnets interact with another magnet?
The magnet attracts another magnet.
4. In general, what conditions with observable effects make magnets interact with non-magnetic materials?
The magnets didn't attract the non-metallic ones.
5. What types of force can a magnet exert on other magnet?
Force of Attraction
6. What types of forces can a magnet exert on non-magnet objects?
Force of Repulsion
7. How will you distinguish magnets from non-magnetised magnetic materials?
The magnets have more power or force to attract than non-magnetised magnetic materials.
Magnets, strong or weak, can be made to attract non-magnet objects that is made of or has parts that are magnetic in nature such as those made of iron, nickel, cobalt or its alloys.


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