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An infinite plane (2y+z=3) has surface charge density of sigma=2 microC/m^{2}. Find the electric field at (0,0,2)m

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

Would this just be E=sigma/2*epsilon-naught? Would the answer just be 1 microC/m^{2}over epsilon-naught?

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# Homework Help: E of Infinite Thin Plane

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