## 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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Chapter 1 Vectors In the study of electricity and magnetism, we are constantly

dealing with quantities that need to be described in terms of their directions as

well as their

consider ...

Chapter 1 Vectors In the study of electricity and magnetism, we are constantly

dealing with quantities that need to be described in terms of their directions as

well as their

**magnitudes**. Such quantities are called vectors and it is well toconsider ...

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1-6 Scalar Product We define the scalar product of two vectors as the scalar

equal to the product of the

between them, or A-B=ABcos® (l-15) Because of the notation the scalar product

is ...

1-6 Scalar Product We define the scalar product of two vectors as the scalar

equal to the product of the

**magnitudes**of the vectors and the cosine of the anglebetween them, or A-B=ABcos® (l-15) Because of the notation the scalar product

is ...

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We see then that v,, =const., so that the particle moves with uniform velocity along

the direction of B. We see that dv, /dt is always perpendicular to both V, and B,

and so v , itself has a constant

...

We see then that v,, =const., so that the particle moves with uniform velocity along

the direction of B. We see that dv, /dt is always perpendicular to both V, and B,

and so v , itself has a constant

**magnitude**v,_. Consequently, the**magnitude**of dv,...

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