## Classical Electrodynamics |

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... the power series solutions (3.11) and (3.14) it is possible to

representation of the Legendre polynomials, ... [This can be

more elegant means, or by direct l-fold integration of the differential equation (

3.10).] ...

... the power series solutions (3.11) and (3.14) it is possible to

**obtain**a compactrepresentation of the Legendre polynomials, ... [This can be

**obtained**by other,more elegant means, or by direct l-fold integration of the differential equation (

3.10).] ...

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(3,148) 0 B – x' T : This can also be written entirely in terms of real functions as: |-

= | dk cos [k(z – z')] |x – x"| T Jo × Mokoe) + Xosro-o-o-o-o-) mn = 1 (3.149) A

number of useful mathematical results can be

let ...

(3,148) 0 B – x' T : This can also be written entirely in terms of real functions as: |-

= | dk cos [k(z – z')] |x – x"| T Jo × Mokoe) + Xosro-o-o-o-o-) mn = 1 (3.149) A

number of useful mathematical results can be

**obtained**from this expansion. If welet ...

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3.10 Solve for the potential in Problem 3.2, using the appropriate Green's function

the direct solution from the differential equation. 3.11 A line charge of length 2d ...

3.10 Solve for the potential in Problem 3.2, using the appropriate Green's function

**obtained**in the text, and verify that the answer**obtained**in this way agrees withthe direct solution from the differential equation. 3.11 A line charge of length 2d ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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