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The corresponding torque points downward in the figure (by the right-hand rule),

and its magnitude is dL/dt= Frsin 6 where L is angular

change in L is AL = J Frsin 6 dt r (5.8) = I evB r sin 6 dt pointing downwards. For a

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The corresponding torque points downward in the figure (by the right-hand rule),

and its magnitude is dL/dt= Frsin 6 where L is angular

**momentum**. The totalchange in L is AL = J Frsin 6 dt r (5.8) = I evB r sin 6 dt pointing downwards. For a

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a factor of y. One argument goes as follows. Consider a glancing collision

between two identical particles of rest mass mo(their mass in a reference frame in

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**Momentum**. and. Energy. At high speed, mass may be regarded as increasing bya factor of y. One argument goes as follows. Consider a glancing collision

between two identical particles of rest mass mo(their mass in a reference frame in

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The

rest-mass times four-velocity: dx ( dx\ It's the same

no physically significant distinction. Note that there is no relativistic mass

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The

**momentum**may be defined either as relativistic-mass times velocity, or asrest-mass times four-velocity: dx ( dx\ It's the same

**momentum**either way; there isno physically significant distinction. Note that there is no relativistic mass

increase ...

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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