For Lenz’s Law, most examples involve the north pole of a bar magnet passing through first in a wire coil, or solenoid. If the bar magnet’s north pole moves toward the loop or solenoid, the magnet’s magnetic field lines move from the south pole to north pole? The current in solenoid is then directed to the right, or the induced current moves from left to right in the coil. When the magnet moves away from the solenoid, the induced current will then be directed to the left or move from right to left. However, if the magnet’s south pole passes through the solenoid first (in which the magnetic field lines go from the south to north pole), will the induced current’s direction be the same? When the magnet’s south pole is directed toward the solenoid, the induced current will move to the right, or from left to right? When the magnet’s south pole moves away from the solenoid, the induced current will move to the left or from right to left in the coil? Thanks.