1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Charged particles with equal mass and identical initial velocities move through regions of space that may have magnetic fields. Rank the magnetic field in each case from greatest to least. For this question, fields out of the page will have positive values, while fields into the page will have negative values. Positive values will be considered to be greater than negative values. 2. Relevant equations Right hand rule: Cross V(vector) into B(vector), the new vector VxB will point in the direction of your thumb. 3. The attempt at a solution I am not sure I understand what the graphs are depicting. It wants me to find the direction of B but I only know how to find the direction of Fʙ which is VxB using the right hand rule. Can I somehow decompose that rule to find B given Fʙ? My attempt, I assumed that if q is deflected to the left from the right then B comes out of the page: A>C=D>F>B=E I am not sure though maybe someone could help clear this up or tell me if I am correct that would helpful.