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The ampere is a unit of A. magnetism. B. electric current. C. electric charge. D. temperature User: Where is the magnetic pole in the Northern Hemisphere? A. at the geographic north pole B. at the geographic south pole C. along the coast of Antarctica D. in northern Canada
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The ampere is a unit of: Electric current.

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