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f"//fccos[fc(z-z')] |X — X I 77 Jo 1 * cos (3.149) A number of useful mathematical

results can be

survives, and we

f"//fccos[fc(z-z')] |X — X I 77 Jo 1 * cos (3.149) A number of useful mathematical

results can be

**obtained**from this expansion. If we let x' -»• 0, only the m = 0 termsurvives, and we

**obtain**the integral representation: °°cos kz K0(kp) dk (3.150) 1 ...Page 96

3.10 Solve for the potential in Problem 3.2, using the appropriate Green's function

the direct solution from the differential equation. 3.11 A line charge of length 2d ...

3.10 Solve for the potential in Problem 3.2, using the appropriate Green's function

**obtained**in the text, and verify that the answer**obtained**in this way agrees withthe direct solution from the differential equation. 3.11 A line charge of length 2d ...

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To

-»• —cos 6'). The relation between angles 6' and 03 can be

expres- tan 63 = = Therefore we find where a = Pan rente' cos 0' + t>CME3') (E1 ...

To

**obtain**Et we merely interchange w3 and w4 and change 6' into TT — 6' (cos 6'-»• —cos 6'). The relation between angles 6' and 03 can be

**obtained**from theexpres- tan 63 = = Therefore we find where a = Pan rente' cos 0' + t>CME3') (E1 ...

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