# Physics homework help

## PHYSICS 376 Final Examination 2014

3. Ampere’s law.

One of Maxwell’s equations gives the curl of H~ as

r ⇥ H~ = J~ +

@

@t

D~ . (1)

a) Consider only the steady currents and fields so that the displacement current @D~

@t vanishes. Use Stokes’s theorem to show that this Maxwell equation (1) then gives Ampere’s law in the form

I

d~` · H~ = I , (2)

where the line integral H d~` · H~ is around a closed loop, and I is the current that passes through the surface enclosed by the loop.

## PHYSICS 376 Final Examination 2014

3. Ampere’s law.

One of Maxwell’s equations gives the curl of H~ as

r ⇥ H~ = J~ +

@

@t

D~ . (1)

a) Consider only the steady currents and fields so that the displacement current @D~

@t vanishes. Use Stokes’s theorem to show that this Maxwell equation (1) then gives Ampere’s law in the form

I

d~` · H~ = I , (2)

where the line integral H d~` · H~ is around a closed loop, and I is the current that passes through the surface enclosed by the loop.

## PHYSICS 376 Final Examination 2014

3. Ampere’s law.

One of Maxwell’s equations gives the curl of H~ as

r ⇥ H~ = J~ +

@

@t

D~ . (1)

a) Consider only the steady currents and fields so that the displacement current @D~

@t vanishes. Use Stokes’s theorem to show that this Maxwell equation (1) then gives Ampere’s law in the form

I

d~` · H~ = I , (2)

where the line integral H d~` · H~ is around a closed loop, and I is the current that passes through the surface enclosed by the loop.

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## Physics for engineers homework in excel

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I need someone to do my homework (in excel), I need the answers to be in two separate files.

1) Page 827, # 29 & 49

2) page 857, # 5, 17, 33 & 24

Physics for Scientists and Engineers by Serway and Jewett, 9th ed.