Using permanent magnets (for example, souvenirs on your refrigerator door), study how several of these magnets interact

Using permanent magnets (for example, souvenirs on your refrigerator door), study how several of these magnets interact with each other. Record your results in a workbook with drawings or photographs.

Two permanent magnets interact with each other through their poles.
If the magnets are facing each other with opposite poles, then an attractive force will act between them, it will depend on the distance between them and the magnetization. Each magnet creates a magnetic field around it, and the fields can interact.
If the magnets face each other with the same poles, then the magnets will repel each other.

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