Why does a compass needle get deflected when placed in a magnetic field? is it because the north pole of the compass needle and north pole of the magnet deflect?
Compass needles work as a small bar magnet; when they are brought near to another bar magnet or a magnetic field the like poles will end up repelling, as the needle will be deflected.
Why does a compass needle get deflected when brought near a bar magnet ?
If a compass is kept exactly between the north poles of 2 similar bar magnets, then in which direction will its needle get deflected to?
If a compass is kept exactly between the north poles of a two similar bar magnets, the direction in which the needle will get deflected is?
How does a compass work? Is its needle only a magnet or even the north pole marked on the compass is a magnet ?