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coefficient is where - 32(Rep)*e-2tlo 1 – 2e-*ts" cos (21/6) + e-“lo Sketch log T as

a function of (t/6), assuming Re B = 10−4. Define “very small thickness.” 7.6 Plane

waves ...

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**Show**that, except for sheets of very small thickness, the transmissioncoefficient is where - 32(Rep)*e-2tlo 1 – 2e-*ts" cos (21/6) + e-“lo Sketch log T as

a function of (t/6), assuming Re B = 10−4. Define “very small thickness.” 7.6 Plane

waves ...

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Using the general formula (11.21) twice, it is a straightforward matter to

the time variables in K" and K'are related ... 1 p? co c2 correct to first order in Öv.

This

Using the general formula (11.21) twice, it is a straightforward matter to

**show**thatthe time variables in K" and K'are related ... 1 p? co c2 correct to first order in Öv.

This

**shows**that the direct transformation from K' to K" involves an infinitesimal ...Page 373

O With definitions (11.68) and (11.70) it is elementary to

exactly the Lorentz transformation ... op as + cos y ar, Comparison of the

coefficients in (11.77) with the transformation coefficients in (11.75)

the angle ...

O With definitions (11.68) and (11.70) it is elementary to

**show**that (11.75) yieldsexactly the Lorentz transformation ... op as + cos y ar, Comparison of the

coefficients in (11.77) with the transformation coefficients in (11.75)

**shows**thatthe angle ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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