## The classical theory of electricity and magnetism |

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### Contents

Part | 1 |

Addition and Subtraction of Vectors | 2 |

Unit Vectors and Fundamental Vectors Components | 4 |

Copyright | |

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angle arbitrary axes axis boundary calculate capacity circuit coil condition conductor consider corresponding cos(n cos(s curve defined denote dielectric constant difference differential dipole directed area displacement current distance distribution double stratum electric field electromagnetic electrostatic field equal equation equilibrium everywhere expression fact field energy field point field strength finite fluid flux of force follows formula Gauss's theorem given gives gradient Green's theorem Hence homogeneous insulator intensity irrotational irrotational field Joule heat Laplace's equation line integral magnetic field magnitude Maxwell's equations metal motion normal component obtain Ohm's law perpendicular plane plate condenser point charge point sources polarization Poynting vector pressure proof body quantity radius rate of change resistance result scalar product self-inductance solenoidal solution space sphere surface density tensor uncharged unit vector vector field vector product velocity volume wave wire zero