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1. ### Gauss' Law Problem

Given a spherical shell insulator as defined by an inner radius a = 4 cm and an outer radius b = 6 cm and carries a total charge of Q = + 9 C (1 C = 10-6 C). (You may assume that the charge is distributed uniformly throughout the volume of the insulator). What is Ey, the y-component of the...
2. ### Gauss' Law Help don't even know where to start

I figured it out actually. They were just looking for the flux through the very end, so I only needed to find the area of the end of the cylinder, then multiply that by the electric field. I was integrating the surface area of the entire cylinder and then multiplying the charge by that...
3. ### Gauss' Law Help don't even know where to start

An electric field is E = 250 N/C i for x > 0 and E = -250 N/C i for x < 0. A cylinder of length 20 cm and radius 3 cm has its center at the origin and its axis along the x-axis such that one end is at x = +10 cm and the other is at x = -10 cm. What is the outward flux through each end? a) +x...