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The pointer turns when current is concluded in a closed circuit conductor in a changing magnetic field. A changing magnetic field is created when there is relative motion between a source of a magnetic field and a conductor. This change in the magnetic field strength in the coil region occurs as the magnet is placed towards or away from the coil.

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