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(b) Verify that for zero thickness and infinite thickness you obtain the proper

limiting results. (c)

transmission coefficient is 32(Re (Sfe-W T_ cos (2//<J) + Sketch log T as a

function of (//<5), ...

(b) Verify that for zero thickness and infinite thickness you obtain the proper

limiting results. (c)

**Show**that, except for sheets of very small thickness, thetransmission coefficient is 32(Re (Sfe-W T_ cos (2//<J) + Sketch log T as a

function of (//<5), ...

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Using the general formula (11.21) twice, it is a straightforward matter to

the time variables in K" and K' are ... This

from K' to K" involves an infinitesimal Lorentz transformation with a velocity Av = 1

...

Using the general formula (11.21) twice, it is a straightforward matter to

**show**thatthe time variables in K" and K' are ... This

**shows**that the direct transformationfrom K' to K" involves an infinitesimal Lorentz transformation with a velocity Av = 1

...

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(a)

cp sin2 0 cos2 (tup d£l 4na2 (1 + ft cos O sin w0/')6 where ft = aa>0/c. (b) By

performing a time averaging,

dP ...

(a)

**Show**that the instantaneous power radiated per unit solid angle is: dP(t') _ e*cp sin2 0 cos2 (tup d£l 4na2 (1 + ft cos O sin w0/')6 where ft = aa>0/c. (b) By

performing a time averaging,

**show**that the average power per unit solid angle is:dP ...

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