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U2 T = | -- correct to first order in Öv. This

from K' to K" involves an infinitesimal Lorentz transformation with a velocity 1 Öv +

1 1\v by 2 :- U” Ji- Jico c” The corresponding transformation of the coordinates is

1 ...

U2 T = | -- correct to first order in Öv. This

**shows**that the direct transformationfrom K' to K" involves an infinitesimal Lorentz transformation with a velocity 1 Öv +

1 1\v by 2 :- U” Ji- Jico c” The corresponding transformation of the coordinates is

1 ...

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11.11 Lorentz transformation as rotation of axes. O £3 With definitions (11.68)

and (11.70) it is elementary to

transformation (11.19). The formal representation of transformation (11.75) as a

rotation of ...

11.11 Lorentz transformation as rotation of axes. O £3 With definitions (11.68)

and (11.70) it is elementary to

**show**that (11.75) yields exactly the Lorentztransformation (11.19). The formal representation of transformation (11.75) as a

rotation of ...

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Why? Make quantitative statements if you can. As in Problem 14.2a a charge e

moves in simple harmonic motion along the z axis, z(t') = a cos (opot'). (a)

that the instantaneous power radiated per unit solid angle is: dP(t) e°cB' sin” 0

cos” ...

Why? Make quantitative statements if you can. As in Problem 14.2a a charge e

moves in simple harmonic motion along the z axis, z(t') = a cos (opot'). (a)

**Show**that the instantaneous power radiated per unit solid angle is: dP(t) e°cB' sin” 0

cos” ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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