1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Show that B for a point charge is equal to 2. Relevant equations I'm not all that sure. I read that maxwell's equations can be used to derive this, so I'd imagine that it's 3. The attempt at a solution If it were that, then, if i have a point charge moving at some constant speed along the x axis and I wanted to find B some distance R from it, at that point, I would create a circular path a distance x from the charge with radius R. I can find the electric flux due to the point charge throughout the entire circular disk. Because its moving with constant speed, i can find x(t) which is equal to vt setting my initial location for the charge at x = 0. Also because of the symmetry, B must be the same along the entire path since the charge is the same distance from every point on the path. So, the flux as a function of the distance from the point charge is as shown in the picture below http://img707.imageshack.us/img707/6956/itsazoo.png [Broken] Now that equation really does NOT look like it's going to go anywhere productive so I want to ask if my concepts/setup are right before going any further.