By: EJ and Jackson Westemeier
Properties of magnets
2. Attract or repel other magnets
3. Point north when swing freely
Alike poles repel each other. Example: South Pole and South Pole repel.
The closer the magnets the stronger the magnetic field is.
The field lines are strongest at the poles, you can tell this because the closer the lines are together the stronger it is.
In unmagnetized material the domains are jumbled up and pointing in random directions.
Attraction and Repulsion