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The magnetic north and south poles of the earth are different from its geographical north and south poles. 


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True
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False
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Solution

The correct option is A True
The north pole of any bar magnets aligns itself with the geographical north pole when suspended in the air. Earth is the strongest magnet around them so the unlike poles of the magnets get attracted which means the south pole of the earth is in the geographical north pole.

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