Magnetic moment of a bar magnet is equal to moment of a couple which is required t o keep it

Options :
  1. parallel to the uniform magnetic field of unit intensity
  2. perpendicular to the uniform magnetic field
  3. parallel to the magnetic field
  4. perpendicular to the uniform magnetic field of unit intensity
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Answer: Option 4

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