1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data a positive point charges q= +8.00 μc and q'= +3.00μc are moving relative to an observer at point p (midway between the charges) the distance from on charge to the point is .12 m and one charge moves to the right at 4.5 x 10^6 m/s while the other moves to the left at 9.00 x 10^6 m/s. when the two charges are at the locations described , what are the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field they produce at point P?? 2. Relevant equations B = (μqv X r)/(4∏r^3) where μ is the constant 4∏ x 10^-7, and v X r is the cross product 3. The attempt at a solution I broke it down into two separate magnetic fields for the first one I did the cross product of v and r and got 5.4 x 10^6 in the -k direction then plugged it into the formula and got 2.5 x 10^-6 -k, for the magnetic field for the second one i did the same thing and with the cross product i got 1.08 x 10^7 -k, and after plugging that in i got 1.875 x 10^-6 -k when i added them together i got 4.375 x 10^-6 in the -k direction but the books answer says that the magnetic field is directed into the page.... i never remember using a right-hand rule for these type of problems so am i just supposed to assume that the -k direction is always into the page???