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>>>>>>>>> EI_LENZods(POIo)) = EI_LENZpds(POIo(t)), using Lenz's Induction Law
1) EI_LENZods(POIo)) = EI_LENZpds(POIo(t)) = |EI_LENZodv(POIo))| = |EI_LENZpdv(POIo(t))|
For now - ARBITRARY sign on equations for scalar derivatives, as I have to go back & fix the deerivations (not as straightforward as it sounds!).
dp[dt : EI_LENZods(POIo))] has the opposite sign of dp[dt : E0ods(POIo(t))]
Note that for :
% -PI/2 <= Aθpc(POIo)) <= PI/2 : then cos(Aθpc(POIo)) >0 and ∂[∂(t): E0pds(POIo(t),t)] < 0, and ∂[∂(t): EI_LENZpds(POIo(t))] < 0
#19Dec2017 The following is nonsensical, as PI/2 >= -PI/2 !!??
% PI/2 <= Aθpc(POIo(t))) <= -PI/2 : then cos(Aθpc(POIo(t))) <0 and ∂[∂(t): E0pds(POIo(t),t)] > 0, and ∂[∂(t): EI_LENZpds(POIo(t))] > 0
#For Vonv(particle) > 0 (as per definition of BOTH coordinate frames of reference!), these results make sense