## How do you know which side of a magnet is positive or negative?

These magnets are a flat surface type with the Positive pole (South) on one flat side, and the Negative pole (North) on the opposite flat surface. The Positive side (South) is usually marked with a RED color. The Negative (North) is usually indicated by a GREEN or BLUE colored-coded sticker.

## Which side of the magnet is the North Pole?

Furthermore, the magnetic pole near earth’s geographic north pole is actually the south magnetic pole. When it comes to magnets, opposites attract. This fact means that the north end of a magnet in a compass is attracted to the south magnetic pole, which lies close to the geographic north pole.

## Is North Pole negative or positive?

The question is, which is which? When magnets are used in magnetic therapy, the poles are often referred to as being positive or negative. Generally, the south pole is termed positive, and the north negative.

## Is North up or down?

For world maps, because we often put them on a wall, north really is up, and south is down, even though on earth those directions are both horizontal. Sometimes people print maps in other orientations so they make more sense. Having north at the top, though, is still often the easiest way to recognize where you are.

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## Can a magnet ruin a compass?

4 Answers. Yes a magnet can damage a compass. The compass needle is a ferromagnetic material. The degree to which a ferromagnetic material can “withstand an external magnetic field without becoming demagnetized” is referred to as its coercivity.

## How do you find true north?

To find true north, turn the bezel the same magnitude and direction as your declination value. Most compasses will have degree markers on the bezel to help you do this. Next, line up your needle and your orienting arrow by turning your body again. You should now be facing true north!

## Why does a compass point north and not south?

A compass points north because all magnets have two poles , a north pole and a south pole, and the north pole of one magnet is attracted to the south pole of another magnet.

## What country is nearest to the North Pole?

The Canadian territory of Nunavut lies closest to the North Pole. Greenland, the world’s largest island and an independent country within the Kingdom of Denmark, is also close to the pole. The North Pole is much warmer than the South Pole.

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## Can I drive to the North Pole?

The North Pole itself is near the geographic center of the Arctic Ocean, so you can’t drive to it overland.

## How much does it cost to visit the North Pole?

But a general budget including all gear and logistics for a solo unsupported expedition is around 100 000 for the North Pole and 150 000 for the South Pole. A two member expedition will come up to around 60 000 USD per person for the North Pole and 100 000 USD per person for the South Pole.

## Did Top Gear really go to North Pole?

It’s no surprise that it’s only a decade since the first successful car journey to the North Pole – which was of course part of the 2007 Top Gear Polar Special. Jeremy Clarkson and James May drove to the magnetic North Pole in a convoy of three vehicles, including a Toyota Hilux.

## Did Top Gear really kill a cow?

During the show’s American Special, the show received 91 complaints regarding a dead cow being tied to the roof of Jeremy Clarkson’s Camaro. It was later revealed by the BBC that the cow had died several days previously and Clarkson had caused no harm or injury to it.

## Did Top Gear really go to Chernobyl?

I’ve visited Pripyat (the city nearest Chernobyl) where the footage was filmed. We tromped all over the paved surfaces and climbed to the top of the big hotel, but stayed away from turned up earth or wet ground. We stood in the same place as Jeremy did to observe the destroyed cooling tower.

## Did Top Gear really sleep in their cars?

They go, ironically enough, camping. But they do drive themselves. Maybe apart from the end of the Argentina one which was a bit hairy for the presenters and crew. Yea they didn’t sleep under the cars.

## Are Top Gear specials staged?

Since Top Gear is apparently scripted, writers and the presenters have to really watch what is said and how it is said. There have been many occasions over the history of the show that not the best choice of words was made. Being in the public eye, they also need to keep their actions in check on and off the show.

## Who is the secret driver on Top Gear?

In series 13 episode 1, the show jokingly unmasked the Stig as seven-time world champion F1 driver Michael Schumacher. In the hiatus following series 15, racing driver Ben Collins was revealed to be the Stig in a court battle over Collins’ impending autobiography, titled The Man in the White Suit.

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## Are Jeremy James and Richard actually friends?

They are extremely good and close friends indeed . Though they joke about wishing one another were dead during their motoring shows , they simply do it as a joke, and , in reality , they do share a close bond indeed .