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shefaa

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An infinitely long line charge having a uniform charge per unit length λ lies a distance d from point O as shown in the figure below. Determine the total electric flux through the surface of a sphere of radius R centered at O resulting from this line charge. Consider both cases, where R < d and R > d. (Use any variable or symbol stated above along with the following as necessary: ε0.)

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  1. hosein
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    i don't understand why every one forgeting post image!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. hosein
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    d is from centre of body or...

  3. shefaa
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    heres the image

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  4. hosein
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    thnx friend for posting image: for R<d from gauss' law \[E=(\lambda/2\pi d \epsilon _{0})\] so electric flux is:\[\phi=E.A \rightarrow \phi=(\lambda/2\pi d \epsilon _{0})*\pi R^2\] i'm not sure about R>d. i think are the same

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    ok thanks for your help tc

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    yourwelcome

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