A surface in the shape of a cube with edge lengths a = 2.7 m is oriented in an x-y-z coordinate system so that the top and bottom faces are parallel to the x-y plane, the left and right faces are parallel to the x-z plane, and the front and back faces are parallel to the y-z plane (see diagram), with the center of the cube at the origin. A charge Q = -0.3 nC is located at the origin.
Now imagine the same charge moves to position (0 m, -2.7 m,0 m).
Calculate the electric flux through the left face of the cube.
Flux = Q/e0
E = G*q / r^2
The Attempt at a Solution
Tried integrating the electric field and area, but got two variables that needed to be integrated.
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