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In the reference

distance d apart on the y axis for a race parallel to the z axis. Two starters, one

beside each man, will fire their starting pistols at slightly different times, giving a

handicap ...

In the reference

**frame**K two very evenly matched sprinters are lined up adistance d apart on the y axis for a race parallel to the z axis. Two starters, one

beside each man, will fire their starting pistols at slightly different times, giving a

handicap ...

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But it is one of the great virtues of the special theory of relativity (aside from being

correct and necessary) that it allows us to choose a convenient reference

for our calculation and then transform to the laboratory at the end. Thus we will ...

But it is one of the great virtues of the special theory of relativity (aside from being

correct and necessary) that it allows us to choose a convenient reference

**frame**for our calculation and then transform to the laboratory at the end. Thus we will ...

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In the rest

identically) and E, –se.” To = U (17.36) (17.35) The superscript (0) means rest

of ...

In the rest

**frame**of the particle definitions (17.35) reduce to p. = 0 (since g. = 0identically) and E, –se.” To = U (17.36) (17.35) The superscript (0) means rest

**frame**of the particle; U is the electrostatic self-energy (17.30). From these valuesof ...

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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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