## 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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Find E for any point in the

point charges are located at the corners of a square in the

and locations are as follows: q, (0,0); 2q, (0,a); 3q, (a,0); —4q, (a,a). Find E at the

...

Find E for any point in the

**xy plane**. For what points, if any, will E, =0? 3-2 Fourpoint charges are located at the corners of a square in the

**xy plane**. Their valuesand locations are as follows: q, (0,0); 2q, (0,a); 3q, (a,0); —4q, (a,a). Find E at the

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13-7 A circle of radius a lies in the

current I' that circulates counterclockwise as seen when looking back at the origin

from positive values of z. A very long current I is parallel to the x axis, is going ...

13-7 A circle of radius a lies in the

**xy plane**with its center at the origin. It carries acurrent I' that circulates counterclockwise as seen when looking back at the origin

from positive values of z. A very long current I is parallel to the x axis, is going ...

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One of them, carrying a current 1,, intersects the

other, with current I2, intersects the

produced by them at any field point (x,y,z). 14-4 A square of edge a lies in the

One of them, carrying a current 1,, intersects the

**xy plane**at the point (x,,y,); theother, with current I2, intersects the

**xy plane**at (x;,y;). Find the resultant Bproduced by them at any field point (x,y,z). 14-4 A square of edge a lies in the

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