Asides from Maxwell's equations, which are too complicated for me, I have found these two. If anyone is familiar with this, I would greatly appreciate your help.

Now, an equation to find the force of a magnetic field and electric field are as follows, repectively:

F = qv x B

where F is the force;

q is the value of the test charge;

v is the velocity of the charge;

B is the vector magnetic field

And x is as follows: "The "x" indicates a vector cross-product, which in this case means a magnetic force will only arise if the velocity of the charge is perpendicular to the magnetic field. The mathematical cross product determines the direction of the magnetic force."

and

F = qE

where F is the force;

q is the value of the test charge;

E is the vector electric field.

Anyone know? In fact, is it even possible to solve these without having proper equipment? Also, is anyone familiar with tesla equations? As in finding the tesla value of an electromagnetic field?

I suppose anything else anyone may now has the potential to be helpful; follow your whims, as long as those whims pertain to electromagnetic fields.