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Resultant magnetic force

What is resultant magnetic force? can you please explain with an example.

(Shreya)

Answer:

When a magnetic substance (or a magnet) is placed in a region where there are multiple magnetic fields, the net force due to all of them is called the resultant.

In other words, it is that magnetic force which can effectively replace all other magnetic force acting on it

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