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The right hand rule for the direction of propagation of the electromagnetic wave
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The right hand rule for the direction of propagation of the electromagnetic waves is to
A) point the forefinger of your right hand toward E vector, middle finger toward the B vector, and the thumb will represent the propagation.
B) point the middle finger toward the E vector, the forefinger toward the B vector, and the thumb will represent the direction of propagation.
C) point the fingers of your right hand toward the E vector, curl your fingers towards the B vector, and the thumb will point the direction of propagation.
D) point the fingers of your left hand toward the E vector, curl your fingers towards the B vector, and the thumb will point the direction of propagation.
E) None of the other answers is correct.

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