## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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For simplicity this discussion will be limited to the symmetrical case in which R. =

Ru and the input resistances from either pair of terminals, R., and Ro, are

to one another and to the load or source resistance. For these conditions to be ...

For simplicity this discussion will be limited to the symmetrical case in which R. =

Ru and the input resistances from either pair of terminals, R., and Ro, are

**equal**to one another and to the load or source resistance. For these conditions to be ...

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This equation can be multiplied by dt and integrated over the small time interval

St during which the deceleration takes place. The lefthand side is then

the electron's momentum at the beginning of the interval since it vanishes at the ...

This equation can be multiplied by dt and integrated over the small time interval

St during which the deceleration takes place. The lefthand side is then

**equal**tothe electron's momentum at the beginning of the interval since it vanishes at the ...

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Two vectors are said to be

magnitude. The process of addition of vectors is defined as follows: The initial

point of vector B is placed at the terminal point of vector A. C., which is the sum of

these two, ...

Two vectors are said to be

**equal**if they are**equal**both in direction andmagnitude. The process of addition of vectors is defined as follows: The initial

point of vector B is placed at the terminal point of vector A. C., which is the sum of

these two, ...

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