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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data:

A cubic box of side a = .290 m is placed so that its edges are parallel to the coordinate axes. There isNOnet electric charge inside the box, but the space in and around the box is filled with a nonuniform electric field of the following form: E(x,y,z) = Kz j +Ky k, where K=4.10 N/(C*m) is a constant.

2. Relevant equations:

[tex]\oint[/tex][tex]E[/tex][tex]\bullet[/tex][tex]dA[/tex] = Q/E_naught

3. The attempt at a solution

I'm just inquiring as to where to begin this problem. I've only taken through a high school equivalent of first semester calculus, so I have no idea how this equation works. If anyone could point me in the right direction, I'd be very greatful!

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