ASVAB General Science Practice Test 294905

Question 1 of 5

Simple magnets have two poles, north and south, and opposite poles attract each other (N attracts S, S attracts N). Likewise, the same pole of two magnets repel (N repels N, S repels S). The Earth has a magnetic field and North and South Poles which enables the use of a magnetic compass to determine direction.

Which of the following is not true about simple magnets?

all of these are untrue

opposite poles repel each other

same poles repel each other

opposite poles attract each other