Ooo, Ooo, I know, I know.ur in a room with 2 iron bars one is a magnet and the other is not , they are the same shape
and size , how do u tell which one is the magnet and all u have is the 2 bars to test this nothing else in the room.
Well, we're not going to do your classwork for you. I'll move this to the Homework Help forums, and offer you one clue... You need to figure out this homework/coursework yourself (see the "Rules" link at the top of the page).this was asked to my physics class and i was just wondering if someone
could tell me , cause my teacher didn't tell us yet.
I didn't say anything about pulling in my hint. Do you have a study group for that class, or some classmates that you can discuss it with? Give my hint to your study group/friends, to see if it sparks a good discussion where you can come up with the answer I have in mind.not really how would u tell which bar pulled which
Correct, thank you. If you can provide a not-too-obvious hint, though, that is okay. The OP (and his study partners or whatever) really need to do the work on this assignment. It looks like the professor is trying to make them think someI know the answer, but I assume from this thread that I am not to reveal it.
We don't do your work for you. This is the PF, and we all (generally) abide by the Rules here, beause they're important.k so where would i move this so some one can answer it.
Hey, that's not bad! I didn't think of that angle -- I'll remember that one.if u place them in T fashion and if there is an attraction the bottom one is the magnet
and if there is no attraction the top one is the magnet because u are in between the poles, what did u have in mind.
Nope. Per your problem statement, you are in the room with the two bars in your non-conducting pajamas.k i still have no clue how u would do it does it have something to do with electricity.