Magnetic fields are created by moving charged particles, which are basically electric currents.
What creates a magnetic field? More than one answer may be correct.
a. a stationary conductor carrying electric current
b. a moving object with electric charge
c. a difference in electric potential
d. a charged capacitor disconnected from a battery and at rest
e. a stationary object with electric charge
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