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**Assignment 1 (PDF)**
(Due Friday, 3 December.)

**Model Solutions 1:**

- Magnetic force between two moving charged particles
- Griffiths 7.8: Electric induction
- Griffiths 7.9: Apparent oversight in the flux rule
- Griffiths 7.15: Solenoid
- Griffiths 7.25: Inductance of a hairpin loop

**Assignment 2 (PDF)**
(Due Friday, 10 December.)

**Model Solutions 2:**

- Magnetic energy and electric generators
- Griffiths 7.37: A solution to the Maxwell equations
- Griffiths 7.39: Experimental detection of magnetic monopoles
- Griffiths 7.42: Electrostatics of a circuit
- Mark Heald's article that inspired the above problem. (Nice pictures!)

**Assignment 3 (PDF)**
(Due Friday, 17 December.)

**Model Solutions 3:**

- Griffiths 7.2: Energy in capacitor discharge
- Griffiths 7.34 and 8.2: Capacitor fields and energy
- Griffiths 7.63: Alfven's theorem
- Griffiths 8.19: Thomson's dipole

**Assignment 4 (PDF)**
(Due Friday, 7 January.)

**Model Solutions 4:**

- Griffiths 9.12: Time averages
- Griffiths 9.13: Maxwell stress tensor for light
- Griffiths 9.23: Water waves and quantal waves

**Assignment 5 (PDF)**
(Due Friday, 14 January.)

**Model Solutions 5:**

- Griffiths 10.3: Potentials and gauges
- Griffiths 10.16: Potential of a moving point charge
- Griffiths 11.15: Headlamp effect

**Assignment 6 (PDF)**
(Due never.)

**Model Solutions 6:**