## 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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As shown in Figure l-l l, the location of a particular point P in space can be

specified by the vector r drawn from the origin of a suitably and conveniently

chosen coordinate system; this vector r is called the

terms of ...

As shown in Figure l-l l, the location of a particular point P in space can be

specified by the vector r drawn from the origin of a suitably and conveniently

chosen coordinate system; this vector r is called the

**position vector**of the point. Interms of ...

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We consider a

(r) and V X F=c(r) are given to us everywhere in a finite volume V, that is, they are

known functions of

We consider a

**vector**field F= F(x,y,z) = F(r) and assume that the functions V -F= b(r) and V X F=c(r) are given to us everywhere in a finite volume V, that is, they are

known functions of

**position**. Then, if we define the following two functions, ...Page 49

2-3 Systems of Point Charges Now suppose that, in addition to q, there are a

number N of point charges distributed at fixed positions throughout otherwise

empty space. We designate each charge by q, and its

=1, 2, ...

2-3 Systems of Point Charges Now suppose that, in addition to q, there are a

number N of point charges distributed at fixed positions throughout otherwise

empty space. We designate each charge by q, and its

**position vector**by r, where i=1, 2, ...

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