University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy

Phys 4303.001

Electrodynamics and Waves

HW13 solution
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HW12 solution
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HW11 solution
modified 30-Nov-2017 at 7:05PM by Mengxing Ye
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HW10 solution
modified 26-Nov-2017 at 10:00PM by Mengxing Ye
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HW9 solution
modified 24-Nov-2017 at 11:43PM by Mengxing Ye

Update from TA: a note is added on the first page.

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HW8 solution
modified 12-Nov-2017 at 10:44PM by Mengxing Ye

Update from TA: For P5, a note (in red) is added to show 2.5hr in the space ship frame is obtained without applying time dilation directly (some of you got 1.6hr instead).

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HW7 solution
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HW6 solution
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posted 23-Oct-2017 at 8:00AM by Oriol T. Valls

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HW5 solution
modified 19-Oct-2017 at 12:59AM by Mengxing Ye
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HW4 solution
modified 16-Oct-2017 at 1:25AM by Mengxing Ye

Note from the grader: In problem 1, please note that you should keep the field E and B, which are physical, real.

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HW3 solution
modified 6-Oct-2017 at 2:14PM by Mengxing Ye
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HW2 solution
modified 1-Oct-2017 at 10:58AM by Oriol T. Valls

Additional note on problem 2: this problem has many solutions. A good discussion of the issues is on pages 405-407 of the book by Saslow (see syllabus). Note than inside a thin slab one always has H=-M because of geometric demagnetization effects, and hence B=0. This is unrelated to superconductivity.

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HW1 solution
modified 21-Sep-2017 at 11:26AM by Oriol T. Valls
Note from the instructor: The 'tricky point' in problem 5 of set 1 is related to footnote 25 on page 381 of the book. Those interested can optionally follow up on the footnote.
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Office Hours
modified 27-Sep-2017 at 12:14PM by Oriol T. Valls

Office Hours by the Prof. will be on Mo and We after class (2:15 to 3:15) in room Tate 130-25

To find Tate 130-25 go to the first floor and use the misspelled signs to find the door to the Men's room. Across from it there is a door marked: "Fire alarm panel".
Go through it and you will find a hallway. Follow it to the end and you will find 130-25

Office hours by the TA (Mengxing Ye) will be on Fr, same time, but in room Tate 201-03. To find it, go up to the second floor and through the doors marked "Authorized personnel only." Room 201-03 is the first one to your right.

Students for whom these times are impossible should request an appointment.

Any comments or complaints about Tate signs should be directed to Kevin Ross

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