if a bar of copper is brought near a magnet, the copper bar will be? A)attracted by the magnet. B)unaffected by the magnet. C)repelled by the magnet. D)made into an induced magnet.
B)unaffected by the magnet.
Actually there is a very slight repulsn due to diamagnetism (C), but they probably don't expect you to know that.
the bar is unaffected by the magnet
D made into an induced magnet
If a bar of copper is brought neat a magnet, the copper bar will be?
unaffected by the magnet
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