One end of an iron bar is attracted and the other end is repelled by the north pole of a bar magnet.
a) Can you definitely say that the iron bar is a magnet? If both ends are attracted by the north pole, what would be your conclusion.
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YES, THE IRON BAR IS MAGNETISED BECAUSE WE CAN SEE THAT AS ONE END OF IRON BAR GETS ATTRACTED, WHILE THE REPELS BY THE NORTH POLE, WE CAN DRAW THE CONCLUSION THAT THE IRON BAR IS MAGNETISED AS REPULSION IS SUREST TEST OF MAGNETISM. IF, THE BOTH POLES OF MAGNET WOULD GET ATTRACTED WE COULD DRAW THE CONCLUSION THAT THE IRON BAR ISMAGNETIC SUBSTANCE, NOT A MAGNET, AS REPULSION IS SUREST TEST OF MAGNETISM.