Basic property of magnetic lines of force is that, they can never intersect each other. Among the two points given below, which one is correct?
- Magnetic lines of force of same magnet can't intersect each other, but magnetic lines of force of different magnets can intersect each other.
- Magnetic lines of force can't intersect each other irrespective of their origin (i.e whether the lines were of same magnet or different magnets, they can't intersect)
Suppose I have two bar magnets. If I tend to make the repelling poles join together by exerting force (i.e, if I tend to make north pole of two magnets, or south pole of two magnets join together). Would the magnetic lines of force intersect each other?