Now well the question is pretty straight forward , and please do not pass this by , I am in high school but I am a still a very accomplished physics student. I am currently doing Magnetism and I came by a question , where people are saying a solution that seems very counter-intuitive to me. Observe the image below : https://scontent-atl1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpt1/v/t34.0-12/11303617_1076701942357842_1492731568_n.jpg?oh=104c35896d5f63fc35c944b032598b97&oe=556DD2E5 Others are saying that D is the answer but I say that the answer is B. Now understand I am very open to suggestion, I mean what is a physicist without an open mind but my reasoning has kept leading me to B being the answer , now look at this , if we place these two materials in the Solenoid , in the way the current flows , we have a north on the right side based on the Right Hand Grip Rule . But here is where the division occurs , they believe that the north of the soft iron material is on the same side but I am saying that the iron material has to have the opposite polarity of the solenoid because that is how it normally works when something is magnetised. So I say the north of the Solenoid creates a south in the material on the right and vice versa. What do you think ? Is my answer a misconception ?