Koia nei te hua ka puta i ngā tōpana i waenganui i tētahi waea kawe hiko (tētahi pōkai waea rānei) me tētahi autō. Ka tōia, ka panaia te waea kawe hiko e te autō. Ko te nuku o te waea (te pōkai waea rānei), koia te pūngao hei huri i tētahi paetāwhirowhiro. Koia nei te āhuatanga whakakorikori i tētahi pūkaha hiko.
The effect of the forces acting between a current-carrying wire (or coil of wire) and a magnet. The wire (or coil of wire) is pushed and pulled, and the movement created by these forces can be used to turn a rotor. This is how an electric motor works.