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Relativity and
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Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
Problem:
[1]
Consider a circular ring of radius b, lying on the xy -plane centered at the
origin. It carries a linear charge density = 0 sin , where 0 is a non-
SOLUTIONS to HW-4 Assigned on 10-05-15, Posted on 10-12-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
[1]
Problem : (a) Consider two equal point charges q, separated by a distance 2a. Construct
the plane equidistant from these two charges. By integrating Maxwell
SOLUTIONS to HW-7 Assigned on 10-26-15, Posted on 11-03-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
Problem:
[1]
E
(a) Find the electric field
and the magnetic field
B
for the scalar and
vector potentials
r
V ( , t) = 0 ,
A(r, t) = 41 0 rqt2 rb
.
(b) Using Max
SOLUTIONS to HW-9 Assigned on 11-16-15, Posted on 12-01-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
Problem:
[1]
Consider an electron falling in a vertical constant gravity on the Earth. Our
objective is to see the ratio between the energy radiated during the
SOLUTIONS to HW-6 Assigned on 10-19-15, Posted on 10-27-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
[1]
Problem: (a) The speed of a wave on deep water is proportional to the square-root of its
wave length . Express its angular frequency in terms of its wave nu
SOLUTIONS to HW-10 Assigned on 12-02-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
[1]
Problem The Star Trek mother ship is as twice as long as a war ship, when both of
them are at rest. They are moving in the same direction at constant but different speeds. As
SOLUTIONS to HW-5 Assigned on 10-12-15, Posted on 10-20-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
Problem:
(f = 0,
[1]
In two uniform media # 1 and # 2 without free charge and without free current
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HW-1 Assigned on 11-09-15, Due on 11-16-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
[1]
Consider a circular ring of radius b, lying on the xy -plane centered at the origin. It
carries a linear charge density = 0 sin , where 0 is a non-zero constant, and is the
HW-10 Assigned on 12-02-15, Due on 12-09-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
[1]
The Star Trek mother ship is as twice as long as a war ship, when both of them are
at rest. They are moving in the same direction at constant but different speeds. As the
HW-1 Assigned on 11-16-15, Due on 11-30-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
[1]
Consider an electron falling in a vertical constant gravity on the Earth. Our objective
is to see the ratio between the energy radiated during the fall for height h and the
HW-7 Assigned on 10-26-15, Due on 11-02-15
Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS-340B)
[1]
(a) Find the electric field
potentials
E
and the magnetic field
r
B
A(r, t) = 41 0 rqt2 rb
V ( , t) = 0 ,
for the scalar and vector
.
(1.1)
(b) Using Maxwells equations, de