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## Homework Statement

I'm solving for the magnetic potential vector field given a time varying electrical field. It might seem silly, but I don't really understand how to approach the problem since the field varies on both space and time. I'm given the motion of a charged particle. Can someone explain how exactly I would represent the time varying electrical, electric potential, and magnetic potential fields. I'm not really having an issue with the Physics, it's the math.

## Homework Equations

E(x,t)=-∇Φ-(∂A/∂t)