1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Suppose that you draw a point "x" in the middle of a page, and a curve going through "x" in such a way that the curve is going straight upward at the point "x" and is curving to the left. In what direction does the binormal vector "B" (at "x") point? 2. Relevant equations None 3. The attempt at a solution Hello, I am having some trouble really visualizing this problem. I know about the right-hand rule, but I am unsure how to apply it here (or whether or not it does even apply here). My thought on the problem was that since if the curve is going straight upward at "x" and curving left, then the binormal vector would point out of the page, no?