What assumptions are made in each experiment about the magnetic field produced by the magnets?
There are different assumptions made during experiments depending on the experiment being performed. Generally, the following assumptions are made during almost every experiment being performed involving magnets about their magnetic field.
1. The magnetic field is assumed to be constant throughout the region between the magnetic poles.
2. The magnetic field lines are assumed to be parallel to and equidistant from each other in the space between magnets.
3. The field produced by the magnets outside the space between the magnetic poles is assumed to be zero.
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