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If the point x is on the z

hand side becomes : 1 1 1 x - (r2 + r'2 - 2rr ' cos r - Expanding (3.43), we find x-x-

< = 0 (3.43) (3.44) For points off the

If the point x is on the z

**axis**, the right-hand side reduces to (3.38), while the left-hand side becomes : 1 1 1 x - (r2 + r'2 - 2rr ' cos r - Expanding (3.43), we find x-x-

< = 0 (3.43) (3.44) For points off the

**axis**it is only necessary, according to (3.33) ...Page 166

(c) Show that at the end of a long solenoid the magnetic induction near the

has components B, ^ 5.3 A cylindrical conductor of radius a has a hole of radius b

bored parallel to, and centered a distance </from, the cylinder

(c) Show that at the end of a long solenoid the magnetic induction near the

**axis**has components B, ^ 5.3 A cylindrical conductor of radius a has a hole of radius b

bored parallel to, and centered a distance </from, the cylinder

**axis**(d + b < a).Page 422

The speed of the particle is constant so that at any position along the z

ri2 = V (12.126) where u02 = v^ + v ||02 is the square of the speed at z = 0. If we

assume that the flux linked is a constant of the motion, then (12.125) allows us to

...

The speed of the particle is constant so that at any position along the z

**axis**"n2 +ri2 = V (12.126) where u02 = v^ + v ||02 is the square of the speed at z = 0. If we

assume that the flux linked is a constant of the motion, then (12.125) allows us to

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