## 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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results. 1-14 Calculate directly the line integral $A . ds of the vector A= -yk + xy

around the closed path in the xy plane with straight sides given by: (0, 0) -» (3, ...

**Evaluate**/v . A dr over the volume of this same parallelepiped and compare yourresults. 1-14 Calculate directly the line integral $A . ds of the vector A= -yk + xy

around the closed path in the xy plane with straight sides given by: (0, 0) -» (3, ...

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It is often desirable to

is often encountered in mechanics when one finds it convenient to calculate force

components as spatial rates of change of the potential energy. In addition ...

It is often desirable to

**evaluate**these forces in a different way. A similar situationis often encountered in mechanics when one finds it convenient to calculate force

components as spatial rates of change of the potential energy. In addition ...

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Use (14-18) and vB = 0 to

axis but near the axis. Similarly, find an approximate expression for B.(p, z). 16-8

A circle of radius a lies in the xy plane with the origin at its center. A current ...

Use (14-18) and vB = 0 to

**evaluate**this approximation for Bp at a point off theaxis but near the axis. Similarly, find an approximate expression for B.(p, z). 16-8

A circle of radius a lies in the xy plane with the origin at its center. A current ...

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