## 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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Exercises 4-1 The rectangular parallelepiped of Figure l-41 with a>b >c is filled

with

center at the origin. Find the flux §E-da through the surface of this sphere. What is

the ...

Exercises 4-1 The rectangular parallelepiped of Figure l-41 with a>b >c is filled

with

**charge**of constant**density**p. A sphere of radius 2a is constructed with itscenter at the origin. Find the flux §E-da through the surface of this sphere. What is

the ...

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If we insert this result into (10-38), we find that the total

dielectric can always be written as _ pf _ Pb _ p- Kc Ke_l (I0 59) which shows us

that the total

...

If we insert this result into (10-38), we find that the total

**charge density**in a l. i. h.dielectric can always be written as _ pf _ Pb _ p- Kc Ke_l (I0 59) which shows us

that the total

**charge density**is always less than the free**charge density**since x,>...

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It has a constant linear

expressed as a series in the P,(cos0), for all r. (See previous exercise.) 11-30 A

system of two concentric spheres has inner radius a and outer radius b. The

region ...

It has a constant linear

**charge density**)1 on its circumference. Find ¢(r,0),expressed as a series in the P,(cos0), for all r. (See previous exercise.) 11-30 A

system of two concentric spheres has inner radius a and outer radius b. The

region ...

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