## 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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We

the circulation of A; it may or may not be zero depending upon A as we shall see.

If r is the position vector of each point on C, then ds = dr and we can use (1-20) ...

We

**write**the line integral for this case as $: A-rfs This integral is sometimes calledthe circulation of A; it may or may not be zero depending upon A as we shall see.

If r is the position vector of each point on C, then ds = dr and we can use (1-20) ...

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We will not do this, however, but will leave the calculation of a few of the more

important of such terms as exercises. We can

generally. As we noted after (8-47), the moments can be regarded as being

located at the ...

We will not do this, however, but will leave the calculation of a few of the more

important of such terms as exercises. We can

**write**(8-71) somewhat moregenerally. As we noted after (8-47), the moments can be regarded as being

located at the ...

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If we replace f by the middle expression in (9-9) and use (1-29), we can

10) as ii'-[nX(F2-Fl)-/»c]As + <¥=0 (9-11) Now we again let the transition layer

shrink to zero so that A->0 while we keep As constant. Similarly to before, % will

be ...

If we replace f by the middle expression in (9-9) and use (1-29), we can

**write**(9-10) as ii'-[nX(F2-Fl)-/»c]As + <¥=0 (9-11) Now we again let the transition layer

shrink to zero so that A->0 while we keep As constant. Similarly to before, % will

be ...

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