## 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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Exercises 2-1 Two

and — a, respectively. Find the total force on a

arbitrary point in the xy plane. 2-2 Four equal

Exercises 2-1 Two

**point charges**q' and — q' are on the x axis with coordinates aand — a, respectively. Find the total force on a

**point charge**q located at anarbitrary point in the xy plane. 2-2 Four equal

**point charges**q' are located at the ...Page 264

where q' is the total charge. But under these conditions, q' can be regarded as a

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where q' is the total charge. But under these conditions, q' can be regarded as a

**point charge**, so that (14-28) gives the magnetic induction produced by a moving**point charge**. By comparing (14-28) with (14-6), we see that this value of B is just...

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_ (v-f) [l-(c2/c2)],/2 *" c2 " and that if f is the Lorentz force on a

vXB), the right-hand side becomes ?{E + vXB-[(vE)/c2]v}. 28-23 Show that the

equation of motion of a particle of charge q in an electromagnetic field where the

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_ (v-f) [l-(c2/c2)],/2 *" c2 " and that if f is the Lorentz force on a

**point charge**, q(E+vXB), the right-hand side becomes ?{E + vXB-[(vE)/c2]v}. 28-23 Show that the

equation of motion of a particle of charge q in an electromagnetic field where the

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