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girlzrule786
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the equation P = (E^{2}R) / [(R-r)^{2} + 4Rr]
We say that when R=r , P = E^{2}/4R which is said to be maximum..
But if I say R→∞ , then r→0 and then P = E^{2}/R which is greater..
So, shouldn't power be maximum for max R ????
We say that when R=r , P = E^{2}/4R which is said to be maximum..
But if I say R→∞ , then r→0 and then P = E^{2}/R which is greater..
So, shouldn't power be maximum for max R ????