## 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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3-3 Consider a cube of edge a with the location and orientation of the figure in

Figure 1-41. ... 3-10 The circular arc of radius a

plane and has a constant linear charge density X and center of curvature at the ...

3-3 Consider a cube of edge a with the location and orientation of the figure in

Figure 1-41. ... 3-10 The circular arc of radius a

**shown in Figure**3-7 lies in the xyplane and has a constant linear charge density X and center of curvature at the ...

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Then the situation will correspond exactly to that

symbol X replaced by /, and we can use (5-34) to write down the vector potential

for this case as A(p, <p) = z -j- In y y * (16-35) 4w \a2 + p2-2apcos<p) The

surfaces ...

Then the situation will correspond exactly to that

**shown in Figure**5-7 with thesymbol X replaced by /, and we can use (5-34) to write down the vector potential

for this case as A(p, <p) = z -j- In y y * (16-35) 4w \a2 + p2-2apcos<p) The

surfaces ...

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The appropriate cavity is thus a thin right cylinder cut in the material with its base

perpendicular to the direction of B there as

construction, only normal components are involved, we see that the value of B in

the ...

The appropriate cavity is thus a thin right cylinder cut in the material with its base

perpendicular to the direction of B there as

**shown in Figure**20-6. Since, byconstruction, only normal components are involved, we see that the value of B in

the ...

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