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I will write out my problem
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Given an Electric Field {4 cos(6*10^8 t 2z), 3 sin(6*10^82z)} Find associated Magnetic Field
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using the formula \[H=\frac{1}{j \omega \epsilon} \nabla x E\]
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so we find phaser \[<4 e^{2zj},j3e^{2zj}>\]
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of course we are only taking the real component
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so we have to find the curl of that
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x component \[\partial /\partial y() \partial/\partial z(y component)\]
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