1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm trying to figure out an equation for finding the net flux that abandons the surface of a sphere which contains a line charge distribution an a charge density. The problem is: A line charge distribution of 0.6m long with a charge density equal to 5C/m, is contained inside a sphere with radius of 5m. Find the net flux that abandons the surface of the sphere. 2. Relevant equations What I have done is the following ψ=DA D= εE ψ=εEA=ε(ρ/(2∏εr)(4∏r^2) ∴ψ =2 ρ r 3. The attempt at a solution ψ= 2(5C/m)(5m) = 50C I really don't know if this is the correct approach. Any help would be great.