# Answer to Question #62026 in Electrical Engineering for Tatiyana

Question #62026

The instantaneous electric field intensity vector of a wave travelling in a lossy nonmagnetic medium is given by V/m (t in s and y in m). The magnetic field of the wave lags the electric field by . Under these circumstances, find

(a) relative permittivity and conductivity of the medium;

(b) the complex propagation coefficient;

(c) the instantaneous magnetic field intensity vector;

(d) the time-average Poynting vector of the wave.

(a) relative permittivity and conductivity of the medium;

(b) the complex propagation coefficient;

(c) the instantaneous magnetic field intensity vector;

(d) the time-average Poynting vector of the wave.

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