## 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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1-15 STOKES' THEOREM Consider a surface 5 enclosed by a

theorem states that <f>A-ds = f(v X A) da (1-67) and hence relates the line

integral of a vector about a closed

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1-15 STOKES' THEOREM Consider a surface 5 enclosed by a

**curve**C. Stokes'theorem states that <f>A-ds = f(v X A) da (1-67) and hence relates the line

integral of a vector about a closed

**curve**to the surface integral of its curl over the...

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Thus, when we perform the final integration over x in (1-70), that is, adding up the

contributions of all of the strips, the contribution from each strip will be Ax dsx

from its share of the bounding

Thus, when we perform the final integration over x in (1-70), that is, adding up the

contributions of all of the strips, the contribution from each strip will be Ax dsx

from its share of the bounding

**curve**; the final result will be the line integral of Ax ...Page 339

which agrees with the result of Exercise 17-6 and gives us AB = RcAQc/S thus

enabling us to evaluate A B. In this way, the

a function of H can be obtained as the result of a series of small steps. When a ...

which agrees with the result of Exercise 17-6 and gives us AB = RcAQc/S thus

enabling us to evaluate A B. In this way, the

**curve**describing the induction J? asa function of H can be obtained as the result of a series of small steps. When a ...

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