What Is the Definition of Magnetic Energy?

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Magnetic energy is the region in space in which magnetic force is experienced. Magnetism is one of two major forms of energy, the other being electrical energy. Both of these forms are close to each other in how the force is exerted. For example, in both magnetic and electrical energy, like poles attract each other, and unlike poles repel each other.
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