Why, when demonstrating Oersted’s experiment, the conductor with current is placed along the meridian?

The conductor is placed in the direction of the magnetic meridian, i.e. in the direction of the magnetic arrows (from north to south). In order for the deflection of the arrow to be as clear as possible. In this case, the compass needle will deflect 90 degrees. In addition, to avoid the smallest deviations due to the poles of the earth. This arrangement will make the experiment accurate.

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