The question inside the magnet the field lines move has following options
- A) South to North
- B) North to South
- C) Away from North Pole
- D) Away from South Pole
Inside a magnet the magnetic field lines moves from its south pole to its north pole
Magnetic field lines:
A magnetic field line is an imaginary line such that tangent drawn to represent the magnetic fields.also called magnetic lines of force can be drawn with the help of a magnetic compass.
Properties of magnetic field lines:
They are in form of continuous closed loops and start from the north pole and end on a south pole outside the magnet. The magnetic field lines do not intersect with each other.
Inside the magnet, field lines start from the south pole to the north pole.
The tangent line to the magnetic field line at a given point represents the direction of the net magnetic field
The more the number of field lines crossing per unit area, the stronger is the magnitude of the magnetic field.
So for the question to
Inside the magnet the field lines move in which direction?
Answer is : Inside a magnet the magnetic field lines moves from its south pole to its north pole