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- Homework Statement
- Part a is not an issue, I have that solved. I'm confused with part b (and c since i cant get b), and need someone to explain this to me... I do not even know where to start. Although, I do know that k E and B are orthogonal to one another. Evidently, this means that the dot product between k and E will be 0, as they are perpendicular. I just don't know how to use Maxwells Equations to prove this.

Thanks!

- Relevant Equations
- Maxwells Equation