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Since the Green's function, as a function of one of its variables, is a potential due

to a unit point charge, this symmetry merely represents the

interchangeability of the source and the observation points. From form (1.40) for

G(x, x') it is ...

Since the Green's function, as a function of one of its variables, is a potential due

to a unit point charge, this symmetry merely represents the

**physical**interchangeability of the source and the observation points. From form (1.40) for

G(x, x') it is ...

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That is,

moving with a constant velocity v relative to one another, provided the

coordinates in space and time are related by the Galilean transformation, x = x +

vt, t'=t.

That is,

**physical**phenomena are the same when viewed by two observersmoving with a constant velocity v relative to one another, provided the

coordinates in space and time are related by the Galilean transformation, x = x +

vt, t'=t.

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It depends only on the two

oscillation of the system must decay in time (even if very slowly) because of ever-

present resistive losses, and (b) at high frequencies binding effects are ...

It depends only on the two

**physical**requirements that (a) the normal modes ofoscillation of the system must decay in time (even if very slowly) because of ever-

present resistive losses, and (b) at high frequencies binding effects are ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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