Stumped again!!! My answer doesn't agree with the answer in the book for this problem: A pyramid with a 6.00-m-square base and height of 4.00 m is placed in a vertical electric field of 52.0 N/C. Calculate the total electric flux through the pyramid's four slanted surfaces. Maybe the problem's with my geometry?  = EAcos[the]. E is given. I've calculated the area of one of the faces to be 5.121348 m^2 and [the] = 17.0239 degrees. The total electric flux through the four slanted sides should be: 4(52.0 N/C)(5.121348 m^2)(cos(17.0239 degrees)) right? Wrong? I come up with a total electric flux of 1018 (Nm^2)/C The book comes up with 1.87 (KNm^2)/C Please show me where I've gone wrong. Thanks.