Question e8ed1

Jan 14, 2016

1. Gravitational Force
2. If there are moving charges or current flowing in the non-magnetic object then magnetic force.

Explanation:

1. Each body attracts every other body in this universe.
This is Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation. This is a weak force.
Force of Gravity $F = G \frac{{m}_{1} {m}_{2}}{R} ^ 2$
where G is Gravitational Constant 6.674×10^(−11) m^3 kg^-1 s^-2#
${m}_{1}$ and ${m}_{2}$ are masses of two bodies, and
R is the distance between the two.
2. When charges move or current flows in a conductor (read your non-magnetic object) it produces magnetic field.

The direction of the lines of force of this magnetic field are given by Maxwell's right hand thumb rule . This magnetic field thus produced will interact and exert force on the magnetic field of the magnet.