hi! Actually am learning Lenz's law but am just getting confused.i know that the change of a magnetic field around a solenoid creates electricity. meaning that when we move the north pole of the magnet towards the end of the solenoid, the galvnometer deflects in one direction and when we move it away from the galvanometer, this one will deflect in the opposite direction. Now my question is: we don't change the end of the solenoid but we change the magnet poles. Now if we use the south instead of the north, is the generated current in the same direction as the one generated in the first case? why? thank you!