1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In the limit of large distances, the electric field that is associated with the radiation magnetic fields is given by the real part of: E(r)=[(μ(subscript 0) I(subscript 0) δ l)/(4pi)] cos θ ((-i ω)/r)exp [i(kr-ωt)] θ-hat The magnetic field is given by the real part of: B(r)=[(μ(subscript 0) I(subscript 0) δ l)/(4pi)] sinθ [((-i ω)/(rc))+(1/(r^2))]exp [i(kr-ωt)] phi-hat Write down a list of up to nine features of the radiation fields that can be deduced from the form of the expressions for the radiation B and E fields. You should consider the relationship between E and B, the factors determining the amplitude of the wave, the polarisation of the wave, the speed of the wave and the shape of the waveform. 3. The attempt at a solution E and B are perpendicular to each other. They are travelling in the same direction. They both have a sinusoidal shape. They have different amplitudes. They are linearly polarised. That's all I can think of. Please help me think of some more. How do I deduce the speed of the wave from those equations?