A cylindrical magnet has only one pole. (True or False)

False

Explanation

  • A magnet of any shape always has two poles: a north pole and South Pole.
  • Cylindrical or Rod magnets have a thickness which is equal to or larger than their diameter.
  • This enables the magnets to generate very high levels of magnetism from a relatively small surface pole area.
  • The cylindrical magnet is one such magnet shaped in the form of a cylinder whose poles usually lie along the height of the cylinder.

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