Ch33-p083 - µ W/m 2(b Our part(a result multiplied by 0.22 m 2 gives 0.78 µ W(c The part(b answer divided by the A of part(a leads to1.5 × 10

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(d) Then Eq. 33-26 gives E rms = 76 nV/m E max = 2 E rms = 1.1 × 10 7 V/m. (e) B rms = E rms / c = 2.5 × 10 16 T = 0.25 fT. 83. (a) The area of a hemisphere is A = 2 π r 2 , and we get I = P/A = 3.5
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Unformatted text preview: µ W/m 2 . (b) Our part (a) result multiplied by 0.22 m 2 gives 0.78 µ W. (c) The part (b) answer divided by the A of part (a) leads to1.5 × 10 − 17 W/m 2 ....
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