Is there any way to use Ampere's Law [tex]\oint_{C}\beta d\ell = \mu_{0}I[/tex] to calculate teh magnetic field [tex]\beta[/tex] at a single point if there are no surfaces C such that [tex]\beta[/tex] is constant over the surface's perimeter?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks

Raman

Edit: I mean solve symbolically, no estimation/splitting the integral up into discrete sums

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# Ampere's Law?

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