If we place a bar magnet in the magnetic meridian with its north pole towards geographic north, the neutral point will be:

If we place a bar magnet in the magnetic meridian with its north pole towards geographic north, the neutral point will be on the equatorial line of the magnet. If the north pole of the magnet points towards geographical north, the fields of the magnet and the earth will point in opposite directions along the equatorial line of the magnet we get two neutral points on the equatorial line which are equidistant from the axis of the magnet.

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