## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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points. It should be mentioned that all quantities capable of representation by an

arrow are not

electric ...

**vector**, and the direction associated with the**vector**is that in which the arrowpoints. It should be mentioned that all quantities capable of representation by an

arrow are not

**vectors**in the sense in which the term is here used. All directedelectric ...

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quantity which is of great importance in physical problems. It is known as the

**Vector**Product. — In addition to the scalar product there is another product-likequantity which is of great importance in physical problems. It is known as the

**vector**product. The**vector**product of two**vectors**A and B is written A X B and is ...Page 592

Differentiation and Integration of

scalar variable is merely the limit approached in a process of subtraction followed

by division by a scalar, and since these processes obey the ordinary laws of ...

Differentiation and Integration of

**Vectors**. — Since differentiation with respect to ascalar variable is merely the limit approached in a process of subtraction followed

by division by a scalar, and since these processes obey the ordinary laws of ...

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