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The

from operation of the del operator upon a vector in a fashion analogous to the

cross product of the preceding section:

dAx\ ...

The

**curl**of a vector A may be written V X A or**curl**A. It is the vector that resultsfrom operation of the del operator upon a vector in a fashion analogous to the

cross product of the preceding section:

**curl**A = V X A = X + (9A, _ dAA . (dAj_ _dAx\ ...

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In Section 1.2 we mentioned the complementary nature of the

divergence; they provide different kinds of information concerning their fields.

Now that we have Equation 1.25, we can expand on this notion: We can prove

that, roughly ...

In Section 1.2 we mentioned the complementary nature of the

**curl**anddivergence; they provide different kinds of information concerning their fields.

Now that we have Equation 1.25, we can expand on this notion: We can prove

that, roughly ...

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(a) (b) (c) Figure 3.24 (a)

>/p. (b) No

and without

...

(a) (b) (c) Figure 3.24 (a)

**Curl**at center; not elsewhere if field is proportional to <f>/p. (b) No

**curl**, (c)**Curl**everywhere. Figures 3.24 and 3.25 illustrate fields withand without

**curl**. One conceptual test for the presence of**curl**is this: Imagine that...

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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