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Okay great thinkers.I've got a riddle 4 ya.
If you have two identical metal rods.One just ordinary metal other one a magnet.You have nothing else how can you distinguish a magnet from a metal.NO CHEATING.
I'll give the answer after 4 comments.
 
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Very simple, :smile-big:
just find another metal with no magnet, thencontact it with the identical metals yopu have one after the other. the one which will attract the non magnetic metal is the one with magnet.
 
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Very simple, :smile-big:
just find another metal with no magnet, thencontact it with the identical metals yopu have one after the other. the one which will attract the non magnetic metal is the one with magnet.
Cheater.i've already told you that you only have the magnet and the other metal nothing else.Anyway here the answer.You only break the two metals in half thats it the magnet attracts each other the other metal's two halves don't attract each other.CHEERS
 
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Pour sand on both! magnetic forces will attract few particles from the sand which is most likely to have those metal bits.:smile-big:
 
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Pour sand on both! magnetic forces will attract few particles from the sand which is most likely to have those metal bits.:smile-big:
Cheating.Nothing but the 2 metals
 

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