Solution:Concept: A magnet is a substance with the ability to draw particular kinds of metal. There are two sorts of magnets: artificial and natural. Magnetism is the characteristic that causes a magnet to draw other metals to it. The magnet has two poles, north and south, precisely like the earth. Like and unlike poles of a magnet repel one another while they attract one another. As seen in the image below, this attraction forms a field between the north and south poles.
This field produced by the magnet has a restriction in that the magnetic field is only effective up to a certain distance; after that, the magnetic field would still be there but useless. A metal object that is magnetically sensitive is drawn toward a magnet when it is brought close to it. This occurs as a result of a magnetic field surrounding the magnet, which attracts a magnet when it is brought close enough to the magnet. Here, the magnet exerts a force on the metal as a result of the magnetic field created by the magnet's poles.
Hence, the correct answer is option 1.