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Does a bar magnet have a field along it's equtorial line? if it does then how can it be equivalent to a solenoid because for a solenoid the magnetic field outside it is zero? Thank you in advance

Does a bar magnet have a field along it's equtorial line? if it does then how can it be equivalent to a solenoid because for a solenoid the magnetic field outside it is zero?
 
Thank you in advance 

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Arun
25758 Points
3 years ago
The equatorial line of a bar magnet is a straight line perpendicular to its axial lineand passing through its centre. ... The magnetic moment of a bar magnet is a vector quantity whose direction is along its axial line, from its south pole towards its north pole.

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