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survives, and we

3.150) Vpo -- 22 to Jo If we replace p” in (3.150) by R* = p" + p” – 2pp'cos (q ...

... results can be

**obtained**from this expansion. If we let x' → 0, only the m = 0 termsurvives, and we

**obtain**the integral representation: –––3 | cos kz Ko(kp) dk (3.150) Vpo -- 22 to Jo If we replace p” in (3.150) by R* = p" + p” – 2pp'cos (q ...

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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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To

—cos 0'). The relation between angles 0' and 0s can be

expression * - 5 – Ash a * = —to (12.49) Pan Yos(q'cos 0' + vow B3) Therefore we

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**obtain**E, we merely interchange ma and m, and change 6' into tr– 6' (cos 0' ——cos 0'). The relation between angles 0' and 0s can be

**obtained**from theexpression * - 5 – Ash a * = —to (12.49) Pan Yos(q'cos 0' + vow B3) Therefore we

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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