# Introduction to Magnetism Practice Questions

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## Introduction to Magnetism Revision Questions

1) What is the final configuration of magnetic poles if the magnet shown in the figure is cut in two equal pieces?

2) A small compass is placed near a bar magnet as shown in the figure.

What is the correct position of the compass needle?

3) Which of the following setups of bar magnets is impossible to exist naturally (without exerting a large force)?

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