Hold a bar magnet steady near a solenoid that is hooked up to an ammeter (but not a voltage source) and use a compass inside the solenoid

Hold a bar magnet steady near a solenoid that is hooked up to an ammeter (but not a voltage source) and use a compass inside the solenoid to determine the direction of the magnetic field from the bar magnetic. Make a sketch of this setup and draw the field lines from the bar magnet through the solenoid. Indicate the north and south poles of the magnet on your sketch.

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