So this should probably go into math's section, but I feel you guys can give me the answer too, since this comes from an EE course(Theory of electromagnetic fields)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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dQ=Q'*dz'

So basically question is this:

How did he get that integral solved? This actually not homework this is a solved case, I just don't understand how did he get figures 4 out of 3. What are the boundaries of this integral? How did he solve this?

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# Electric Field near a finite conducting stick

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