Draw a negatively charged plate A and a positively charged plate B with an equal charge. Draw the field. (the image is the given answer)
I however do not understand why this is. Is there any reason why the arrows between the plates are not placed on the same 'height' but on 2 different heights? Also, the field lines above B and below A are going into 2 directions (which is linked with my previous question), which to me seems weird. What my idea of a correct answer would be: Between the plates all the fields have arrows (on the same height) pointing to A, above plate B all the arrows point upward and below field A all arrows point downwards (however, not sure about the last statement since the field not between the plates is 0 I'd say). I have just learned about fields and field lines, and I still find them hard to grasp, so pardon me for this elementary question. Also, is it a coincidence that the field lines seem to go through the $+$'es perfectly but are not aligned perfectly with the $-$'es?
side note: Before this question you are asked to only draw a field A, it is only after you've answered that they ask you to draw B in the same picture too. This might have to do with the way it is drawn in this picture.