Need help writing a query

Hi, I have 2 tables.  Tabel A has an Id column and then 4 columns labed R1, R2, R3 and R4.  I have another table B, I have and Id column and a Rid column.  The B.id column could be have muliple records of the same id up to at most 4 rows.  
I want to write the table B 's Rid it columns value to table A's Rn columns matching their A.id = B.id
Take the 1st match row from table B's Rid value and write it o table A's R1 column.  If there is a 2nd match row then write the table B's Rid value and write it o table A's R2 column.   Repeat until we runs out of the match.
Is it possible to write a query like this?  Thank you.
lapuccaAsked:
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BrandonGalderisiCommented:
"Take the 1st match row from table B's Rid "

What do you want to determine the FIRST column?  Is there anther field to order by?  Also, if you provide your column/table names it would be easier, this may get a tiny bit complex so it may be easier for me to just write it.
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lapuccaAuthor Commented:
I realize that it would be just easier if I just write this in C# since I'm not so familiar with SQL now, and I'm done but am debugging the code.  Thank you very much.
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