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<PArf/ = VXA'rfa (1.33) which is Stokes' theorem for a simple

represents, on the left, the line integral of A about the closed

right, the integral of the curl of A over the area bounded by the

we ...

<PArf/ = VXA'rfa (1.33) which is Stokes' theorem for a simple

**loop**. Thisrepresents, on the left, the line integral of A about the closed

**loop**, and on theright, the integral of the curl of A over the area bounded by the

**loop**. Physically, ifwe ...

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The area a is bounded by the "Amperian

example the circle in Figure 3.17b, and the direction of da is given by the right-

hand rule: thumb in direction of da, fingers in direction taken on the contour.

Current I ...

The area a is bounded by the "Amperian

**loop**" on which B is integrated, forexample the circle in Figure 3.17b, and the direction of da is given by the right-

hand rule: thumb in direction of da, fingers in direction taken on the contour.

Current I ...

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4-1 A square

Figure 4.12. A magnetic field, directed 25° away from vertically downward,

decreases from 0.13 T to 0.07 T in 4 seconds. Find the induced emf. Is it

clockwise or ...

4-1 A square

**loop**of side 60 cm and of 17 turns lies in the horizontal plane,Figure 4.12. A magnetic field, directed 25° away from vertically downward,

decreases from 0.13 T to 0.07 T in 4 seconds. Find the induced emf. Is it

clockwise or ...

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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