## 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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Combining all of these results, we get the

— Vt) y' =y z'=z t'=y(t— gar) (28-24) I I I I I V I x=y(x+Vt) y=y z=z t=y(t+—2x) (28-25)

c where 7 is given by (28-23). The equations (28-25) can be obtained from ...

Combining all of these results, we get the

**Lorentz transformation**formulas x'=y(x— Vt) y' =y z'=z t'=y(t— gar) (28-24) I I I I I V I x=y(x+Vt) y=y z=z t=y(t+—2x) (28-25)

c where 7 is given by (28-23). The equations (28-25) can be obtained from ...

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... correctness of the relativity postulates. In order to see the motivation for what

we will do in the next section, it is useful to look at some of our results from

another point of view. The

differentials too, ...

... correctness of the relativity postulates. In order to see the motivation for what

we will do in the next section, it is useful to look at some of our results from

another point of view. The

**Lorentz transformation**applies to coordinatedifferentials too, ...

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1.[(¢<>s0/~,)'+s1n1o]'/' m0'= ytan0 28-5 Show that two successive

equivalent to a single

c2)].

1.[(¢<>s0/~,)'+s1n1o]'/' m0'= ytan0 28-5 Show that two successive

**Lorentz****transformations**corresponding to speeds V, and V2 in the same direction areequivalent to a single

**Lorentz transformation**with a speed V= (V, + V2)/[1 +(V, V2/c2)].

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