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jmwilli25

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## Homework Statement

I just need help integrating this equation.

e is just the charge of an electron so it is constant

## Homework Equations

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-\int_{V}d\vec{r}\frac{\delta}{\delta t}e\delta(\vec{r}-\vec{R}(t))

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## The Attempt at a Solution

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-e\frac{d}{dt}\int_{V}d\vec{r}\delta(\vec{r}-\vec{R}(t))

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-e\frac{d}{dt}4\pi

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I don't believe my solution is correct or complete