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the surface swept out when an ellipse in the xz plane is rotated about the z axis.
We shall verify that an equipotential curve in the xz plane is an ellipse whose foci
are at (0, 0, t) and (0, 0, -t). The equation for an ellipse in the xz plane is (3.74) ...
For the charge configuration in Example 1 : (a) find the electric field along the y
axis; (b) find the electric field along the z axis. 3.5. For the line charge of Example
2, find the electric field along the z axis for z > t. 3.6. Starting from the result of ...
The z axis is the Earth's rotation axis and the x axis passes through the Prime
Meridian, on which Greenwich lies; positive 4p is to the east. (a) Calculate the
magnetic field B at a point on the Earth with colatitude 0 and longitude 4>. Give
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