## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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1.11. — Demonstration of Gauss's

zero. If, however, q lies within the volume bounded by the surface, the integral of

dw over the surface yields the complete solid angle, which is the area of a sphere

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1.11. — Demonstration of Gauss's

**theorem**. bution to the integral in this case iszero. If, however, q lies within the volume bounded by the surface, the integral of

dw over the surface yields the complete solid angle, which is the area of a sphere

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This impli cation of the equality Rjk = Rkj is known as the reciprocity

introduces many simplifications in complex circuit analysis. It may be stated in

terms of resistanceless generators and ammeters instead of in terms of emfs. and

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This impli cation of the equality Rjk = Rkj is known as the reciprocity

**theorem**. Itintroduces many simplifications in complex circuit analysis. It may be stated in

terms of resistanceless generators and ammeters instead of in terms of emfs. and

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Typical complex circuit to illuatrate nomenclature and general circuit

the following chapter. The general circuit

merely on the linearity of the equations and the symmetry of the determinant, ...

Typical complex circuit to illuatrate nomenclature and general circuit

**theorems**. inthe following chapter. The general circuit

**theorems**of Sec. 4.3, which dependmerely on the linearity of the equations and the symmetry of the determinant, ...

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