1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two large planes have uniform charge density. Plane 1 is located at z1=-4 cm and has charge density σ1=-10μC/cm2. Plane 2 is located at z2=+6 cm and has charge density σ2=+20μC/cm2. a. Determine E(x,y,z) in the 3 regions. b. Determine V for all points. Choose V=0 at plane 2. c. Briefly describe the equipotentials, draw and label at least 3 of them. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I know that Gauss Law has to be used. I am just a bit confused on the concept that the charge distributions aren't equal. This is throwing me off a little bit. Do I find the Q-enclosed for both individually, then add them?