Directed from geographical South to geographical North
of variable magnitude
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Magnetic field lines of earth on surface are uniform i.e. parallel and equidistant and are directed from geographical south to geographical north.
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The magnetic north and south poles of the earth are different from its geographical north and south poles.
The north pole of earth's magnet is in the :
(a) geographical south
(b) geographical east
(c) geographical west
(d) geographical north
The Earth's magnetic north and south poles are located at the Earth's geographical north and south pole respectively.
The magnetic field lines of the earth moves from geographical ______ pole outside the earth.
Assertion: A freely suspended bar magnet always points in the north-south direction.
Reason: Earth behaves as a magnet with its north pole in the geographical north and south pole in the geographical south.