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  • 2 years ago

Electric Flux Problem: A 2 x 3cm rectangle lies in the xy plane. Whats the electric flux through the rectangle? E= (50i + 100k) N/C

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    I sketched the area and a few field vectors so you'd have an idea... the only field through the area is 100k (50i is parallel to the plane of the area) ...so 100N/C * Area = flux

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    don't forget to convert square cm to square meters before finding the value of flux

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    so if it was (50i +100 j), the flux would equal zero, right?

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