## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Hence the

they are zero. As an example consider the three conductors shown in Fig. 1.15.

Assume first that q8 = 0. In this case the discussion of the preceding section ...

Hence the

**coefficients**of induction are in general negative, though in some casesthey are zero. As an example consider the three conductors shown in Fig. 1.15.

Assume first that q8 = 0. In this case the discussion of the preceding section ...

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The integral is purely a geometrical quantity that can be calculated when the

positions of the circuits are specified though the computation is frequently difficult

to perform . The

...

The integral is purely a geometrical quantity that can be calculated when the

positions of the circuits are specified though the computation is frequently difficult

to perform . The

**coefficient**of ijia is known as the**coefficient**of mutual inductance...

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If the

are the same , to what frequency must the secondary be tuned for maximum

current at a signal frequency of 1 megacycle ? 4 . If the secondary circuit of the ...

If the

**coefficient**of coupling is 0 . 2 and the primary and secondary inductancesare the same , to what frequency must the secondary be tuned for maximum

current at a signal frequency of 1 megacycle ? 4 . If the secondary circuit of the ...

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