I've attached a diagram of a bar magnet being plunged into a solenoid. I'd like someone to explain the direction of the current please. Why do both arrows indicating current move upwards? Using the right hand grip rule i understand the north pole being in the position it's in. I get a little confused when using the letters. But I know that the north represents the current flows in an anti- clockwise direction and the south clockwise. So I can understand why the arrow moves upward where the north pole is but why does it move upward at the south? Shouldn't it move downward to complete the circuit? Got this diagram in class.