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which phenomenon is caused by the magnetic field of the earth? A. magnets sticking to the steel door of a refrigerator. B. one end of a magnetized needle pointing to the north. C iron becoming
magnetized when rubbed with s strong magnet D. some magnets losing their magnetism when struck with a hammer
D. some magnets losing their magnetism when struck with a hammer
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