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anaisabel

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- Homework Statement
- I have attached my attempt, I have a lof doubts to go to the next step to solve the problem

- Relevant Equations
- Ampere´'s law

Ampere´'s law with the correction term

I have a infinite cylinder with radius R with a current density ,

and magnetic field

.

I have to proof that it is acceptable to discard the correction term of term of ampere's law, while calculating the magnetic field, as long as it obeys the following condition:

I can't seem to manipulate the equation of the magnetic field to actually come to the conclusion above. I know how to calculate the magnetic field, and I know I didnt consider the correction term dE/dt, I just don't understand well how to proof it like it is asked.

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