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An average over them at that instant will yield the same result as an average at
some later instant of time. Hence, as far as the averaged quantities are
concerned, it is legitimate to talk of static fields and charges.* Furthermore, the
With this expression (10.42) for/>0, (10.41) can be written as r (10.43) r1 dr The
average pressure inside the cylinder can be related to the total current / and
radius R without specifying the detailed radial behavior. Thus r (10.44)
Integration by ...
If (w0 x v0) is eliminated in (12.104) in favor of x,,, we obtain ^ ~ [Vl - Q- |£ x xo(n .
xo) x o>0 (12.106) This shows that, apart from oscillatory terms, vx has a non zero
average value, n • Xo)> (12.107) To determine the average value of (\0\(n • x0), ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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