problem29_35 - 29.35 a j D b 0 dE dt 0 ic 0A ic A 0.280...

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29.35: a) . m A 7 . 55 ) m 0400 . 0 ( A 280 . 0 2 2 0 0 0 = = = = = π ε ε ε A i A i dt dE j c c D b) . s m V 10 29 . 6 m A 7 . 55 12 0 2 0 × = = = ε ε D j dt dE c) Using Ampere’s Law . T 10 0 . 7 ) A 280 . 0 ( ) m 0400 . 0 ( m 0200 . 0 2 2 : 7 2 0 2 0 - × = = = < π μ π μ D i R r B R r d) Using Ampere’s Law . T 10 5 . 3 ) 280 . 0 ( ) m 0400 . 0 ( ) m 0100
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