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# Amperes Law One of Maxwells equations for electromagnetic

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Problem 63

Amperes Law One of Maxwells equations for electromagnetic waves is _ * B = C 0E 0t , where E is the electric field, B is the magnetic field, and C is a constant. a. Show that the fields E1z, t2 = A sin 1kz - vt2 i B1z, t2 = A sin 1kz - vt2 j satisfy the equation for constants A, k, and v, provided v = k>C. b. Make a rough sketch showing the directions of E and B.

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