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The magnetic vector potential is a scalar quantity.
Find the magnetic field intensity when the magnetic vector potential x i + 2y j + 3z k.
Given the vector potential is 16 – 12sin y j. Find the field intensity at the origin.
Find the vector potential when the field intensity 60x^{2} varies from (0,0,0) to (1,0,0).
Find the flux density B when the potential is given by x i + y j + z k in air.
The Laplacian of the magnetic vector potential will be
The magnetic vector potential for a line current will be inversely proportional to
The current element of the magnetic vector potential for a surface current will be
The relation between flux density and vector potential is
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