Q. 16

Is it true that two

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It is not necessary that two bodies can exert force on each other only when they are in contact. For example, interaction between a magnet and a piece of iron or between two magnets can take place even without being in contact. A comb charged by rubbing it with dry hair, attracts small bits of paper.

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