## Classical Electrodynamics |

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(b) Find the magnitude and the direction of the electric field at the

Discuss the limiting forms of the potential (a) and electric field (b) as the spherical

cap becomes (1) very small, and (2) so large that the area with charge on it

becomes ...

(b) Find the magnitude and the direction of the electric field at the

**origin**. (c)Discuss the limiting forms of the potential (a) and electric field (b) as the spherical

cap becomes (1) very small, and (2) so large that the area with charge on it

becomes ...

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This means that at times immediately before t = 0 the wave consisted of two

pulses, both moving towards the

shape given by (7.38). Clearly at later times we expect each pulse to re-emerge

on ...

This means that at times immediately before t = 0 the wave consisted of two

pulses, both moving towards the

**origin**, such that at t = 0 they coalesced into theshape given by (7.38). Clearly at later times we expect each pulse to re-emerge

on ...

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If the wave crest passing the

it reaches him), then at time t he will have counted 1. (k - x – ot) 27 wave crests.

Now imagine another reference frame K' which moves relative to the frame K ...

If the wave crest passing the

**origin**at t = 0 is the first one which he records (whenit reaches him), then at time t he will have counted 1. (k - x – ot) 27 wave crests.

Now imagine another reference frame K' which moves relative to the frame K ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Nš 3 | 3 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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