## 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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In this way, it is found that these parameters are not really constant for a given

material but usually have a strong dependence on

concerned here with a possible dependence on things like temperature and

pressure.) ...

In this way, it is found that these parameters are not really constant for a given

material but usually have a strong dependence on

**frequency**. (We are notconcerned here with a possible dependence on things like temperature and

pressure.) ...

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If a, b, c are all different, then the various

generally be different. However, if there are simple relations among the

dimensions, it is possible that different choices of the integers will give the same

If a, b, c are all different, then the various

**frequencies**given by (26-88) willgenerally be different. However, if there are simple relations among the

dimensions, it is possible that different choices of the integers will give the same

**frequency**so ...Page 38

... l+(o°m'w/Noez)2 (B 95) which now can be solved for n and 1; individually if

desired. We will not do this, but mostly content ourselves with some general

remarks about these results. Let us first consider the low

we take ...

... l+(o°m'w/Noez)2 (B 95) which now can be solved for n and 1; individually if

desired. We will not do this, but mostly content ourselves with some general

remarks about these results. Let us first consider the low

**frequency**case, whichwe take ...

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