Ys,it's conservative.
When a charge particle enters a magnetic field,it feels centripital force due to which it moves in a circle with constant velocity.
Power=work done/time=F.V=0 (As angle between velocity vector and force is 90).
Hence,work done is zero,
And we know if work done by a force in closed path is zero,it means it's a conservative force.

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TopNewestHello sir. I'm in class 11 and sir I wanna crack physics olympiad . So sir which books should I read.can u give me some tips.

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and you've set your age to 20? Why?

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Ys,it's

conservative.When a charge particle enters a magnetic field,it feels centripital force due to which it moves in a circle with

constant velocity.Power=work done/time=F.V=0 (As angle between velocity vector and force is 90).

Hence,work done is zero,

And we know if work done by a force in closed path is zero,it means it's a conservative force.

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What happens when a magnetic monopole is placed in the magnetic field of a solenoid?

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Actually,magnetic monopole doesn't exist at all,then how can you keep it in a magnetic field of a solenoid... 😆

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Thank u Sir

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Please help sir

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You can start solving irodov first..!! If you are well versed with the theory..!! For theory you can refer halliday resnik krane..!!

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