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PeterV

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- Homework Statement
- Electric field from magnetic field

- Relevant Equations
- H = 50⋅exp(−100⋅x)⋅cos(2π⋅10⁹⋅t − 200⋅x)⋅ŷ

Hello, I am stuck on a problem that I don't quite understand, which looks like this:

"Given a nonmagnetic material with the magnetic field

determine the electric field strength

I don't understand how I am supposed to find the solution for this problem;

I have tried using Faraday's Law, but this only gives me some weird curl vectors that give me meaningless solutions, like partial derivatives of constants and things like that, and I cannot find any relationship between these fields that actually allow me to solve for

What is it that I am missing here?

"Given a nonmagnetic material with the magnetic field

**H**= 50*⋅*exp(−100*⋅x*)*⋅*cos(2π*⋅*10⁹*⋅t*− 200*⋅x*)*⋅***ŷ**determine the electric field strength

**E**"I don't understand how I am supposed to find the solution for this problem;

I have tried using Faraday's Law, but this only gives me some weird curl vectors that give me meaningless solutions, like partial derivatives of constants and things like that, and I cannot find any relationship between these fields that actually allow me to solve for

**E**in a sensible way.What is it that I am missing here?