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Maxwell's equation describe the fundamental law of

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  • Electricity only

  • Magnetism only

  • Mechanics

  • Both electricity only and magnetism only

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Solution

Both electricity only and magnetism only

Explanation:

The fundamental laws of electricity and magnetism are described by Maxwell's equation.

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