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(Indicates a review question, which means it requires only a basic understanding of the material to answer. Questions without this designation typically require integrating or extending the concepts presented thus far.) 10. People and machines around us do work all the time. But is ii possible lot things such as magnets and 1a,ih to do wink? Explain.

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Inquiry into Physics

8th Edition
Ostdiek
Publisher: Cengage
ISBN: 9781337515863
Chapter 3, Problem 10Q
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(Indicates a review question, which means it requires only a basic understanding of the material to answer. Questions without this designation typically require integrating or extending the concepts presented thus far.) 10. People and machines around us do work all the time. But is ii possible lot things such as magnets and 1a,ih to do wink? Explain.

To determine

To explain how magnets and earth do the work.

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Like people and machines, the magnets and earth can also do the work.

A magnet makes an undetectable zone of attraction surrounding it called a magnetic field. The north pole of a magnet indicates generally Earth's north pole and vice-versa Magnets can at...

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