Isolated magnetic poles, Physics

Isolated magnetic poles do not exist'. explain?

A. 1. If a bar magnet is cut into smaller and smaller pieces eventually ending with the smallest possible piece, this smallest piece also behaves as a magnet with its two poles N and S.

2. So, North & South poles in a magnet exist together in pair. 

3. Thus isolated magnetic poles do not exist.

 

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