The magnetic field at a point x on the axis of a small bar magnet is equal to the field at a point y on the equator of the same magnet. The ratio of the distances of x and y from the centre of the magnet is
(a) ${2}^{-3}$

(b) ${2}^{-1}{3}}$

(c) ${2}^{3}$

(d) ${2}^{1}{3}}$

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