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Second right hand rule practice 1. A magnetic field points down A positive charge moves left to right What is the direction of the force? 2. A magnetic field points out of the page A positive charge moves down What is the direction of the force? 3. A magnetic field points down A positive charge moves up What is the direction of the force 4. The force points down The positive charge moves from right to left What is the direction of the magnetic field? 5. The force points down The magnetic field points from right to left What is the direction of the velocity of the positive charge. Answers: 1. into the page 2. left 3. there is no force because the magnetic field and velocity are parallel 4. into the page 5 out of the page