EXAM 3 Topics from CH 4 and CH 5
There will be a separation of variables problem for dielectrics. You are
responsible for knowing how to define and set up the boundary conditions and
solve for the electric potential.
There will be an Amperes
E & M Final Exam Topics for Review (All fundamentally necessary equations will be
supplied along with the usual vector derivatives, coord transformations, etc.)
Know/understand physical meaning or interpretation associated with all fundamental EM
SAMPLE CH 3 E & M Test Questions
A) Sketch an example of a simple charge distribution that would have a
monopole moment, however, your distribution must contain more than a single
point charge . Then do the same for a dipole moment and a quadrupole mom
Outline for E & M Exam 1 (Chs 1 and 2)
I will supply the cover page equations, conversions, and constants (see
the material for exam handouts on D2L).
Know the conventions for source and field points for position,
displacement, and separation vectors.
OLD FINAL EXAM SAMPLE PROBLEMS
The divergence of B is always zero and thus not useful for determining magnetic fields. The
curl of B is, however, equal to the volume current density (with a constant) and is known as
Amperes Law. However, the magnetic fiel