how do you calculate flux?

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how do you calculate flux?

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gauss's law is what you want. it is very complex, but in it's simplest form the equation is: \[\int\limits_{}^{} E * dA = \frac{Q_{enc}}{\epsilon_0}\]
electric flux can be calculated using GUASS LAW,whereas magnetic flux can be caculated using Ampere,s law
(EMF) (\[DeltaT\)/ the number of loops in the coil

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Actually, the definition of flux is mathematical and independent of electromagnetism laws (for instance Gauss' law). It is defined as integral operator that acts on a vector field, or the integral of a quantity named flux density. \[\text{flux}=\int\limits_\text{S} \vec{V}\cdot\hat{n}dA\] where S is the surface which you're analysing the flux density and n is the unity vector perpendicular to the surface of integration and V is the vector field.

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