The North Pole of the Earth’s Magnet is Near the Geographical

  1. South
  2. East
  3. West
  4. North
Desire Adnan Default Asked on 31st July 2015 in Geography.
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    The North pole of the earth’s Magnet is near the Geographical South. Earth has two geographic poles first is the North Pole and second is the South Pole. The magnetic pole and the South Magnetic pole. The geographic north and south poles indicate the points where the earth’s rotation axis intercepts earth’s surface.

    The Geographical pole is the point at 90-degree northern latitude. It is very near to the point at which the rotation axis of the earth passes through the surface, and the magnetic pole is the point where the magnetic field lines are vertical and enter the earth.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 1st August 2015.
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