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The magnetic field Bw is measured at a distance b from the centre of a long thin wire.
The magnetic field Bc is also measure inside the capacitor plates at a distance b from the axis of the capacitor, where b is less than the radius "a" of the plates. using Maxwell's equations, show that Bw and Bc change with time in the same way. Explain qualitatively why this is so. Maxwell's equation Basically I get the Bw to B=u_{0}*I(t)/(2*pi*b), I get Bc as u_{o}*I(t)*b/(2*pi*R^2) But Im stuck on what to do next 


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