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This physics question has me stumped...

No matter how many sheets of paper the student puts between the magnets, the force shown on the Newton meter never reaches zero.
Explain why.
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Is the magnet hanging off the newton meter so you're measuring its weight?
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(Original post by Harrypxtter)
This physics question has me stumped...

No matter how many sheets of paper the student puts between the magnets, the force shown on the Newton meter never reaches zero.
Explain why.
As long as the distance between the magnet is same, keeping any amount of sheets have zero affect on the attractive force as the magnetic fields are uninterrupted, distorted or changed in any way. The field lines pass through the paper unaffected.

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Yeah it is
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