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Which of the following statements regarding gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields is false?
In physics, fields are models used to explain gravitational, electric, and magnetic forces.
Gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields are vector fields which have both magnitude and direction.
Gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields surrounding the source of the field spread out radially and their magnitudes are inversely proportional to the distance from the source.
A vector field created by multiple sources can be calculated using vector addition by combining the fields created by the individual sources.