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yrelhan4

  • 2 years ago

A point charge q is kept a distance ‘y’ above the centre of a hemisphere of radius R such that y-->0. Electric flux through the curved surface?

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  1. yrelhan4
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    and electric flux through the flat surface?

  2. exploringphysics
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    Q/2E

  3. exploringphysics
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    |dw:1355882714690:dw|

  4. yrelhan4
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    |dw:1129055851471:dw| the figure is like this @exploringphysics

  5. exploringphysics
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    @yrelhan4 yet the ans remains unchanged .It is q/2e , for bath surfaces

  6. yrelhan4
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    @exploringphysics can you explain how?

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