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If a watch-glass containing a small quantity of water is placed on two dissimilar magnetic poles, then water ______.

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shows a depression in the middle.

shows an elevation in the middle.

surface remains horizontal.

evaporates immediately.

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#### Solution

**shows a depression in the middle. **

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