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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 related ... C c correct to first order in Öv. This

...

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

**show**thatthe time variables in K" and K" are related ... C c correct to first order in Öv. This

**shows**that the direct transformation from K' to K" involves an infinitesimal Lorentz...

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O £3 With definitions (11.68) and (11.70) it is elementary to

yields exactly the Lorentz transformation ... + cos y 24 Comparison of the

coefficients in (11.77) with the transformation coefficients in (11.75)

the angle p ...

O £3 With definitions (11.68) and (11.70) it is elementary to

**show**that (11.75)yields exactly the Lorentz transformation ... + cos y 24 Comparison of the

coefficients in (11.77) with the transformation coefficients in (11.75)

**shows**thatthe angle p ...

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(a)

" sin” 0 cos” (ot') d.T T.47 (TTB coso sin of); where 3 = awolc. (b) By performing a

time averaging,

(a)

**Show**that the instantaneous power radiated per unit solid angle is: dP(t') e°cg" sin” 0 cos” (ot') d.T T.47 (TTB coso sin of); where 3 = awolc. (b) By performing a

time averaging,

**show**that the average power per unit solid angle is: dP e°cB4 T ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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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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