1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I know that the electric flux through some solid is [tex]E\pi\\r^2[/tex]. E is an outside electric field directed towards the solid. Does that mean that there is a net charge of magnitude [tex]\epsilon[/tex] [tex]E\pi\\r^2[/tex] inside the solid? My idea is that the net charge is opposite of the entry point of the field so the solid is in electrostatic equilibrium (Electric field inside the solid is 0). Is that correct?