Hey guys, Background: I'm having trouble determining the direction of a current in a wire in response to changing magentic flux. Although I understand which direction of the magnetic field should be for the induced current given the magnetic flux scenarios, I am having trouble determining the direction of the current using the right hand rule. Question: How do you determine the direction of a current in a wire in the scenario of Len'z law? Because the induced current in a wire creates a magnetic field where one side of the wire has the magnetic field going in and the other one going out, and both clockwise and counter-clockwise directions of induced current provide the same two vectors of magnetic field but on different sides of the wire, so which direction of induced current do you pick when trying to determine the magnetic field since both configurations provide the two magnetic field vectors in both direction? Is there a way of determining the primary direction or something? Thanks.