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y (a) (b) Figure 1.12 (a) Cylindrical coordinates, (b)

shall begin the development in a general way. Our general coordinates for a

point are q\ , q2, q3. These correspond to x, y, z, or in cylindrical coordinates to p,

<f>, ...

y (a) (b) Figure 1.12 (a) Cylindrical coordinates, (b)

**Spherical**coordinates. Weshall begin the development in a general way. Our general coordinates for a

point are q\ , q2, q3. These correspond to x, y, z, or in cylindrical coordinates to p,

<f>, ...

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Figure 2.8 E field of infinite line charge. Now we'll show a famous geometrical

construction that enables us to find the field inside a

calculation. (After we learn Gauss's law, in the next section, we'll do it even more

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Figure 2.8 E field of infinite line charge. Now we'll show a famous geometrical

construction that enables us to find the field inside a

**spherical**shell with very littlecalculation. (After we learn Gauss's law, in the next section, we'll do it even more

...

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Find the

Sketch the field lines and suggest a physical model that would produce the field

outside of the sphere. *8-24 A magnetic dipole — toz is situated in an otherwise ...

Find the

**spherical**surface at which the field is perpendicular to the surface.Sketch the field lines and suggest a physical model that would produce the field

outside of the sphere. *8-24 A magnetic dipole — toz is situated in an otherwise ...

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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