[(0.290)î + (0.200)ĵ + (0.080)k] µT.An electromagnetic wave is traveling in a vacuum. At a particular instant for this wave, E = [(-56.0)î + (70.0)ĵ + (28.0)k] N/C, and B =(a) Calculate the following quantities. (Give your answers, in µT · N/C, to at least three decimal places.)= (No Response) µT • N/C|(No Response) µT· N/C|(No Response) µT · N/CE,ByEBz|(No Response) µT · N/CEBx + E,By + E,B,Are the two fields mutually perpendicular? How do you know?Yes, because their dot product is equal to zero.Yes, because their dot product is not equal to zero.No, because their dot product is not equal to zero.No, because their dot product is equal to zero.(b) Determine the component representation of the Poynting vector (in W/m2) for these fields.S = (No Response) W/m2

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[(0.290)î + (0.200)ĵ + (0.080)k] µT.
An electromagnetic wave is traveling in a vacuum. At a particular instant for this wave, E = [(-56.0)î + (70.0)ĵ + (28.0)k] N/C, and B =
(a) Calculate the following quantities. (Give your answers, in µT · N/C, to at least three decimal places.)
= (No Response) µT • N/C
|(No Response) µT· N/C
|(No Response) µT · N/C
E,By
EBz
|(No Response) µT · N/C
EBx + E,By + E,B,
Are the two fields mutually perpendicular? How do you know?
Yes, because their dot product is equal to zero.
Yes, because their dot product is not equal to zero.
No, because their dot product is not equal to zero.
No, because their dot product is equal to zero.
(b) Determine the component representation of the Poynting vector (in W/m2) for these fields.
S = (No Response) W/m2
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[(0.290)î + (0.200)ĵ + (0.080)k] µT. An electromagnetic wave is traveling in a vacuum. At a particular instant for this wave, E = [(-56.0)î + (70.0)ĵ + (28.0)k] N/C, and B = (a) Calculate the following quantities. (Give your answers, in µT · N/C, to at least three decimal places.) = (No Response) µT • N/C |(No Response) µT· N/C |(No Response) µT · N/C E,By EBz |(No Response) µT · N/C EBx + E,By + E,B, Are the two fields mutually perpendicular? How do you know? Yes, because their dot product is equal to zero. Yes, because their dot product is not equal to zero. No, because their dot product is not equal to zero. No, because their dot product is equal to zero. (b) Determine the component representation of the Poynting vector (in W/m2) for these fields. S = (No Response) W/m2

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Step 1

Given:

Electric field vector, E = (-56)I + (70)j + (28)k N/C

Magnetic field vector, B = (0.29)I + (0.2)j + (0.08)k μT

Step 2

Calculating the give...

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From the given values, E, =-56N/C, E, = 70N/C, and E, = 28N /C 'y Also, B, = 0.29µT,B, =0.2µT,and B, = 0.08uT %3! %3D х Hence, E,B, = (-56N /C)x (0.29µT)=-16.240 µT.N/C E,B, = (70N / C)x(0.2µT)=14.000 µT.N/C E,B, = (28N /C)x(0.08µT)= 2.240 µT.N/C So, E,B, +E,B, +E,B¸ =(-16.240 µT.N/C)+14.000 µT.N/C)+(2.240 µT.N/C) Or E,B, +E,B, +E̟B, = 0 Therefore, we can say both fields are mutually perpendicular because their dot product is zero.

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