Problem: The magnetic field of a plane EM wave is given by:  B = (E0/c) sin(kz + ωt) i  The electric field of the wave would be given by:A. E = +E0 sin(kz + ωt) jB. E = +E0 cos(kz + ωt) kC. E = +E0 cos(kz + ωt) jD. E = –E0 cos(kz + ωt) iE. E = –E0 cos(kz + ωt) i

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The magnetic field of a plane EM wave is given by:  B = (E0/c) sin(kz + ωt) i  The electric field of the wave would be given by:

A. E = +E0 sin(kz + ωt) j

B. E = +E0 cos(kz + ωt) k

C. E = +E0 cos(kz + ωt) j

D. E = –E0 cos(kz + ωt) i

E. E = –E0 cos(kz + ωt) i

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