## 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 q2 = 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 q2 = 0. In this case the discussion of the preceding section ...

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The amplitudes of the constant term and the even harmonics are seen to involve

only the

The amplitudes of the constant term and the even harmonics are seen to involve

only the

**coefficients**of even powers of V in the original expansion and the**coefficients**of odd harmonics involve only**coefficients**of odd powers of V. Thus ...Page 297

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 iii.2 is known as the**coefficient**of mutual inductance...

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