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(a) Make a multipole expansion of the potential due to this charge density and

large distances as a finite expansion in Legendre polynomials. (b)

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(a) Make a multipole expansion of the potential due to this charge density and

**determine**all the nonvanishing multipole moments. Write down the potential atlarge distances as a finite expansion in Legendre polynomials. (b)

**Determine**the...

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(a)

/Vue R) as a unit of frequency, plot the lowest four resonant frequencies of each

type as a function of R/L for 0 < R/L - 2. Does the same mode have the lowest ...

(a)

**Determine**the resonant frequencies of the cavity for all types of waves. With (c/Vue R) as a unit of frequency, plot the lowest four resonant frequencies of each

type as a function of R/L for 0 < R/L - 2. Does the same mode have the lowest ...

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In particular,

all angles, (2) intermediate and low frequencies (a) < 0) for large angles, (3)

intermediate and low frequencies at very small angles. (c) See the paper by P.

Joos, ...

In particular,

**determine**the state of polarization at (1) high frequencies (0 × 0.) forall angles, (2) intermediate and low frequencies (a) < 0) for large angles, (3)

intermediate and low frequencies at very small angles. (c) See the paper by P.

Joos, ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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