## 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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I have done my best to make it as student oriented as possible by

systematic and straightforward way without any sleight of hand, and minimum

use of “It can be shown that. . ..” I have also tried to make clear the motivations for

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I have done my best to make it as student oriented as possible by

**writing**it in asystematic and straightforward way without any sleight of hand, and minimum

use of “It can be shown that. . ..” I have also tried to make clear the motivations for

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In fact, Eiu Bu du du—adx+Tya)»+$dz (l-35) where we should remember that the

derivatives are evaluated at the original point, that is, 8u/8x =(8u/8x),,, and so on.

Although we have

In fact, Eiu Bu du du—adx+Tya)»+$dz (l-35) where we should remember that the

derivatives are evaluated at the original point, that is, 8u/8x =(8u/8x),,, and so on.

Although we have

**written**the displacement as ds, it is clearly the change dr in ...Page 533

27-6 Show that the fields in the radiation zone due to an electric dipole can be

in brackets is evaluated at the retarded time. 27-7 Show that the electric dipole ...

27-6 Show that the fields in the radiation zone due to an electric dipole can be

**written**in the form _ i £2 to Q E"_4-rrr{[ 4,1 ix? B“ 4-rrcri 411 Xi where the quantityin brackets is evaluated at the retarded time. 27-7 Show that the electric dipole ...

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