1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A cubic block of uniform linear magnetic material is placed in an otherwise uniform magnetic field Bo = Bo*zˆ. The block lies such that z^ is a normal of the top face. a)Compute the new H field everywhere. b)compute the new B field everywhere 2. Relevant equations & The attempt at a solution My solution so far is based on the fact there are no free currents ie curl(H) = 0 Using: B = Bo +μo*M (1) (from hyper physics) H=B/μo -M (2) (from lecture notes) substituting (1) into (2) I get: H = Bo/μo (I'm not sure if this is correct) computing the B-field then using B=μ*H I get: **B**=μr*Bo note: μr is relative permittivty (μ/μo) I'm not sure if this is correct regarding boundary conditions as M is discontinuous at the boundary of the cube. ie the div(M) ≠ 0 and since div(H) = -div(M) (this can be shown by taking the divergence of (2) as div(B) = 0) so div(H) should also not equal zero, however given the H field I calculated that's clearly not the case. any tips for where I'm going wrong? thanks in advance!