## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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p\ur\ ~ %v (29-75) Thus, there is only one set of coefficients describing the

transformation and (29-69) and (29-75) represent the conditions required by (29-

66). When the particular

is ...

p\ur\ ~ %v (29-75) Thus, there is only one set of coefficients describing the

transformation and (29-69) and (29-75) represent the conditions required by (29-

66). When the particular

**Lorentz transformation**(29-28) that we have been usingis ...

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Combining these two results, we will see immediately that we can say that the

two postulates taken together require that the laws of physics when properly

formulated must have their form unchanged when subjected to a

Combining these two results, we will see immediately that we can say that the

two postulates taken together require that the laws of physics when properly

formulated must have their form unchanged when subjected to a

**Lorentz****transformation**...Page 528

and angle 8' are given by U = Z,[(cos0/y)2 + sin20]1/2 tan0' = ytan0 29-5 Show

that two successive

in the same direction are equivalent to a single

and angle 8' are given by U = Z,[(cos0/y)2 + sin20]1/2 tan0' = ytan0 29-5 Show

that two successive

**Lorentz transformations**corresponding to speeds Vx and V,in the same direction are equivalent to a single

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