## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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as the difference between the solid

initial positions. Since the solid

function of the relative position of the point and circuit positions, it is evident from

...

as the difference between the solid

**angle**subtended by the circuit in its final andinitial positions. Since the solid

**angle**subtended by the circuit is a simple scalarfunction of the relative position of the point and circuit positions, it is evident from

...

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Let the current flowing per unit

course, continually rotating. The flux through this frame at the

due to ...

Let the current flowing per unit

**angle**in the sides of the drum be iť, where the**angle**6 is measured from the direction of the magnetic induction B which is, ofcourse, continually rotating. The flux through this frame at the

**angle**6 is the fluxdue to ...

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wise as the

tan-i (Ei/E,), the tangents of the analogous

beams are (E'JE',) and (E"/E"), respectively. The first of Fresnel's equations has a

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wise as the

**angle**between the incident plane of polarization and the xz plane istan-i (Ei/E,), the tangents of the analogous

**angles**for the reflected and refractedbeams are (E'JE',) and (E"/E"), respectively. The first of Fresnel's equations has a

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