1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A positive charge is located at the center of a cube. Are the intersections of the field lines with a side of the box uniformly distributed across that side? Explain 3. The attempt at a solution I'm trying to picture this in my head and I'm getting stuck. I know the field lines in the corners are further away from the charge than the lines in the center of the cube face. But I can't determine if more lines would be coming into the corner of the face than the center, which would be perpendicular to the charge. Also, if the field lines did all intersect uniformly, wouldn't it be a sphere rather than a cube? I keep trying to visualize it like a golf ball in a kleenex box with lines coming out of the all dimples but I think I'm really over-thinking this one. Help if ya can. Thanks.