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  3. Frank Gentges Frank Gentges says:

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  5. D Anderton D Anderton says:

    Read this book from cover to cover a few years ago to brush up on E M theory.I have always been partial to Hayt as an author of classic EE titles and this book did not disappoint The prose was clean, the development logical and the treatment adequately thorough for an undergrad text.For those who find their first class in E M a little daunting, I would strongly recommend the little book Div, Grad, Curl and All That by H.M Shey This informal text covers all of the vector calculus essential to basic E M theory with lots of worked examples and problems with solutions My advice is to bone up on vector calculus first it makes E M theory much accessible.

  6. Jesse Stuart Jesse Stuart says:

    I had to use this for an EM theory class a long time ago The derivations in the book skip around a lot, referring back to previous examples, and drawing upon concepts not introduced until later chapters This style makes understanding the material on the first pass nearly impossible You must reread the text to truly understand where some of the given formulas in the examples come from This kind of organization makes a difficult subject EM theory that much harder to learn.