## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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mutually

components of V X A in each of these directions and thus obtain the whole vector

V X A. When this procedure is carried out for rectangular coordinates, the result is

, ...

mutually

**perpendicular**directions (such as x, y, and z), we will get thecomponents of V X A in each of these directions and thus obtain the whole vector

V X A. When this procedure is carried out for rectangular coordinates, the result is

, ...

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... vectors that do not necessarily he in the plane of incidence can be written in

component form by introducing a third unit vector A X t, which is also in the

surface between 1 and 2 and is

25-3.

... vectors that do not necessarily he in the plane of incidence can be written in

component form by introducing a third unit vector A X t, which is also in the

surface between 1 and 2 and is

**perpendicular**to both ft and t as shown in Figure25-3.

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The shaded plane is

also

can be written as the vector sum E,. = E,. , +E„ (25-22) where Eią is the

component ...

The shaded plane is

**perpendicular**to k, and therefore contains E,; this plane isalso

**perpendicular**to the plane of incidence denned by k, and fi. We see that E,can be written as the vector sum E,. = E,. , +E„ (25-22) where Eią is the

component ...

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