## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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A X B would rotate the vector A through the smaller angle into the position

occupied by B. In terms of this concept Ampere's law of force would be

= WAdh x «u> x «o r C is an arbitrary constant which depends upon the units

chosen, ...

A X B would rotate the vector A through the smaller angle into the position

occupied by B. In terms of this concept Ampere's law of force would be

**written**dFi= WAdh x «u> x «o r C is an arbitrary constant which depends upon the units

chosen, ...

Page 299

Since d<t> = L di, the equation for dU would be

integrated immediately between the limits 0 and t to give the work that must be

done to establish the final current i in the circuit (the ohmic losses, of course,

being ...

Since d<t> = L di, the equation for dU would be

**written**dU = Li di This may beintegrated immediately between the limits 0 and t to give the work that must be

done to establish the final current i in the circuit (the ohmic losses, of course,

being ...

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Thus ju may be

preceding equations reduce to and % --«?'+ jC"«)V (14.26) for V and i' as

functions of x. By differentiating one or the other with respect to x and eliminating

one dependent ...

Thus ju may be

**written**for the partial derivative with respect to t and thepreceding equations reduce to and % --«?'+ jC"«)V (14.26) for V and i' as

functions of x. By differentiating one or the other with respect to x and eliminating

one dependent ...

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