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If the point x is on the z

left - hand side becomes : 10 - x1 * * + r2 - 2r cosy * * in - ri 1 1x – x ' l ( 0 . 43 ( 3 .

43 ) ( r2 + p 2 – 2rr ' cos y ) " Ir – r ' ll Expanding ( 3 . 43 ) , we find 1 - 18 ( ) ( 3 .

If the point x is on the z

**axis**, the right - hand side reduces to ( 3 . 38 ) , while theleft - hand side becomes : 10 - x1 * * + r2 - 2r cosy * * in - ri 1 1x – x ' l ( 0 . 43 ( 3 .

43 ) ( r2 + p 2 – 2rr ' cos y ) " Ir – r ' ll Expanding ( 3 . 43 ) , we find 1 - 18 ( ) ( 3 .

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( c ) Show that at the end of a long solenoid the magnetic induction near the

has components B . – 24NI , B , - " NA ) 5 . 3 A cylindrical conductor of radius a

has a hole of radius b bored parallel to , and centered a distance d from , the ...

( c ) Show that at the end of a long solenoid the magnetic induction near the

**axis**has components B . – 24NI , B , - " NA ) 5 . 3 A cylindrical conductor of radius a

has a hole of radius b bored parallel to , and centered a distance d from , the ...

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orbit of small radius with a transverse velocity V10 and a component of velocity v .

10 parallel to B at z = 0 , where the axial field strength is B . . The speed of the

particle is constant so that at any position along the z

orbit of small radius with a transverse velocity V10 and a component of velocity v .

10 parallel to B at z = 0 , where the axial field strength is B . . The speed of the

particle is constant so that at any position along the z

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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