Magnetic field lines form loops starting from north pole to south pole outside the magnet and from south pole to north pole inside the magnet.
Thus the field is such that it is directed outwards from the North pole and directed inwards to the South pole of the magnet.
A compass in a magnetic field will will comply with the magnet's North pole directing towards the magnetic field.
T = 94 days which is summer season
As we know by Kepler's law of motion that Earth moves faster as it comes closer to the sun and it moves slower as it moves away from the sun
So here the longest season must be the slowest speed of the Earth about the sun
And similarly the shortest season is the fastest speed of earth with respect to the position of sun
Also we know that earth moves fastest when it is closest to the sun and when earth is farthest from the sun then earth moves slowest speed
So here we need to find the season when earth is farthest position from sun so it should be slowest speed and hence longest time period
so correct answer would be
That is true, i think.