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# (a) Draw the pattern of magnetic field lines near a bar magnet placed with its north pole pointing towards the geographic north. Indicate the position of neutral points by marking x.(b) State whether the magnetic field lines in part (a) represent a uniform magnetic field or non-uniform magnetic field?

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#### (a) The position of neutral points are as follows as the figure below.(b) The magnetic field lines as shown in part (a) are non-uniform.

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