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If the point x is on the z

hand side becomes: |-- 1 –– |x – x' T (r” + r.” – 2rr'cos y)* |r – r" (3.43) Expanding (

3.43), we find 1 1 oo (#) - - > - 3.44 |x — x"| r > rs. ( ) l=0 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 –– |x – x' T (r” + r.” – 2rr'cos y)* |r – r" (3.43) Expanding (

3.43), we find 1 1 oo (#) - - > - 3.44 |x — x"| r > rs. ( ) l=0 For points off the

**axis**it is...

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... by the loop at the point P. This is an alternative form of Ampère's law for current

loops. 5.2 (a) For a solenoid wound with N turns per unit length and carrying a

current I, show that the magnetic-flux density on the

by ...

... by the loop at the point P. This is an alternative form of Ampère's law for current

loops. 5.2 (a) For a solenoid wound with N turns per unit length and carrying a

current I, show that the magnetic-flux density on the

**axis**is given approximatelyby ...

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c c \ a A cylindrical conductor of radius a has a hole of radius b bored parallel to,

and centered a distance d from, the cylinder

uniform throughout the remaining metal of the cylinder and is parallel to the

c c \ a A cylindrical conductor of radius a has a hole of radius b bored parallel to,

and centered a distance d from, the cylinder

**axis**(d + b : a). The current density isuniform throughout the remaining metal of the cylinder and is parallel to the

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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