## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Page 119

Though currents and potential differences and their product, which is the power,

are the

law makes resistance of great importance also. If R is known, the equations V =

Ri ...

Though currents and potential differences and their product, which is the power,

are the

**quantities**which are of primary interest, the wide applicability of Ohm'slaw makes resistance of great importance also. If R is known, the equations V =

Ri ...

Page 587

It should be mentioned that all

are not vectors in the sense in which the term is here used. All directed electric

and magnetic

...

It should be mentioned that all

**quantities**capable of representation by an arroware not vectors in the sense in which the term is here used. All directed electric

and magnetic

**quantities**are vectors and obey the laws of manipulation which are...

Page 601

The two actual units of mass and length (the kilogramme des Archives and the

international prototype meter) are chosen as the fundamental standard units of

these

The two actual units of mass and length (the kilogramme des Archives and the

international prototype meter) are chosen as the fundamental standard units of

these

**quantities**. The unit of time is the second (1/86,400 of a mean solar day).### What people are saying - Write a review

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