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A disclaimer, I am no good at Physics or math.

My question:

When calculating the pull force between two magnets it seems to always be calculated at an angle perpendicular to the surface of the magnet.

I was wondering what effect on the force required to "pull" one magnet away from the other would be when a force is applied at a different angle and can this be calculated easier when you already know the pull force at the perpendicular?

I guess Im looking for a way of recalculating the force needed to 'pull' a magnet away from another when the angle of the applied force changes.

Thank you for your time