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Hello! I am having some trouble with this one question. I know that the Earth's gravitational force pulls the train towards the ground, but I do not know how the other forces act on the train. Any help is super appreciated:)

Q: Explain how gravitational, electrical, and magnetic forces act on a maglev train.

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1. Gravity- Earths core will pull it's self towards it's self.

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2. From what i remember the electrical force on the train keeps it moving while the magnetic forces are repelling against each other thus explains why the train appears to be floating, if this doesnt help im sure there are many things on yt that help explain the force of magnets :)

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