Magnetic field lines exist as closed loops.
In bar magnets, the loops leave a magnet from the north pole and enter the magnet in the south pole, then travel within the magnet from south to north.
Magnetic field lines form closed loops:
A. Through current-carrying loops.
B. Around current-carrying straight wires.
C. Around and through bar magnets.
D. All of the above.
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