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- Homework Statement:
- To give the Maxwell equations and material equations of electrostatics relevant to infinitely extensive area and deriving the electric potential and vector potential.

- Relevant Equations:
- Maxwell equations.

1- Write down the complete MAXWELL equations in differential form and the material equations.

2- An infinitely extensive area is homogeneously filled with a material with a location-dependent permittivity. There are charges in the area. Give the Maxwell equations and material equations of electrostatics relevant for this area and derive the equation for the scalar electrical potential ϕ from them using a suitable approach (Ansatz, justification)..

3- An infinitely extensive area is filled with a material with location-dependent permeability. There are currents of known current density in the area. State the MAXWELL equations and material equations of magneto-statics relevant for this area and derive the equation for the magnetic vector potential A⃗⃗ using a suitable approach (Ansatz, justification).

Above it is one question and have three parts. Part 2 and part 3 of the question I can't understand, what it wants exactly... what is the difference from part 1... rather than writing potential equation or the vector potential. I have no clue what to do or how to start, please what exactly they want from me and what Ansatz they ask for :|

2- An infinitely extensive area is homogeneously filled with a material with a location-dependent permittivity. There are charges in the area. Give the Maxwell equations and material equations of electrostatics relevant for this area and derive the equation for the scalar electrical potential ϕ from them using a suitable approach (Ansatz, justification)..

3- An infinitely extensive area is filled with a material with location-dependent permeability. There are currents of known current density in the area. State the MAXWELL equations and material equations of magneto-statics relevant for this area and derive the equation for the magnetic vector potential A⃗⃗ using a suitable approach (Ansatz, justification).

Above it is one question and have three parts. Part 2 and part 3 of the question I can't understand, what it wants exactly... what is the difference from part 1... rather than writing potential equation or the vector potential. I have no clue what to do or how to start, please what exactly they want from me and what Ansatz they ask for :|

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