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A bar magnet is placed with its north pole towards geographic south. The neutral point will be
  1. On the axial line
  2. On the equatorial line
  3. In-between axial and equatorial line
  4. At 300 with the axial line

A
On the axial line
B
At 300 with the axial line
C
On the equatorial line
D
In-between axial and equatorial line
Solution
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If the north pole of the bar magnet is pointing geographic south and the south pole of magnet is pointing towards geographic north then the neutral point will lie on the equatorial line. [Option B]

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