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If the number of terms in the series is finite ( say N ) , $ ( 5 ) ŠAU , CE ) ( 2.36 ) n =

1 then we can ask for the “ best ” choice of

” representation of the function f ( 5 ) . If " best " is defined as minimizing the ...

If the number of terms in the series is finite ( say N ) , $ ( 5 ) ŠAU , CE ) ( 2.36 ) n =

1 then we can ask for the “ best ” choice of

**coefficients**an so that we get the “ best” representation of the function f ( 5 ) . If " best " is defined as minimizing the ...

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Multiplying both sides by pJm ( kp ) and integrating over p , we find with the help

of ( 3.112 ) that the

of the plane z = 0 ; Am k ( sin md do V ( , ) J m ( kp ) ( 3.113 ) Bm ( k ) ) ( cos m ...

Multiplying both sides by pJm ( kp ) and integrating over p , we find with the help

of ( 3.112 ) that the

**coefficients**are determined by integrals over the whole areaof the plane z = 0 ; Am k ( sin md do V ( , ) J m ( kp ) ( 3.113 ) Bm ( k ) ) ( cos m ...

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The

the

, m The gradient operator can be written in the form : ra i TXL ( 16.37 ) rər where ...

The

**coefficients**Alm in ( 16.35 ) are not completely arbitrary . ... Thus we requirethe

**coefficients**Alm to be so chosen that V. Eh , ( kr ) AlmYimle , 0 ) = 0 ( 16.36 ) 1, m The gradient operator can be written in the form : ra i TXL ( 16.37 ) rər where ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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