## 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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If the radius of the central axis is a, that is, this is the distance from the center 0 to

the center of the

deviation in 59 across the

at ...

If the radius of the central axis is a, that is, this is the distance from the center 0 to

the center of the

**cross section**, find the ratio b/a necessary in order that the totaldeviation in 59 across the

**cross section**be not more than 2 percent of the valueat ...

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For a<p<c, the relative permeability is k^i, while it is k„2 for c<p<b. Find the

contribution Lj of a length / of this region to the self-inductance. 20-27 A

paramagnetic liquid of mass density d is contained in a U-tube of circular

For a<p<c, the relative permeability is k^i, while it is k„2 for c<p<b. Find the

contribution Lj of a length / of this region to the self-inductance. 20-27 A

paramagnetic liquid of mass density d is contained in a U-tube of circular

**cross****section**of radius ...Page 492

It will be left as exercises to show that the results of this section can be written in

an even more compact and elegant form before it is necessary to specify the

shape of the

to ...

It will be left as exercises to show that the results of this section can be written in

an even more compact and elegant form before it is necessary to specify the

shape of the

**cross section**of the guide. For our purposes, however, it is desirableto ...

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