## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The quotient of this normal area by pa is by definition the solid

subtended by ds at q . The integral over the surface is then the total solid

subtended by the surface at the point occupied by q . It can be seen from Fig . 1 .

11 that if ...

The quotient of this normal area by pa is by definition the solid

**angle**dwsubtended by ds at q . The integral over the surface is then the total solid

**angle**subtended by the surface at the point occupied by q . It can be seen from Fig . 1 .

11 that if ...

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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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By comparison with astronomical observations the compass can be used to

determine the

the meridian . This

that ...

By comparison with astronomical observations the compass can be used to

determine the

**angle**between the horizontal component of the earth ' s field andthe meridian . This

**angle**is known as the declination . Magnetic maps or tablesthat ...

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