1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An infinite line of charge with charge density λ1 = 2.9 μC/cm is aligned with the y-axis as shown. a = 7.9 cm. h = 8.8 cm. λ2 = -8.7 μC/cm. Another infinite line of charge with charge density λ2 = -8.7 μC/cm parallel to the y-axis is now added at x = 3.95 cm as shown What is the total flux Φ that now passes through the cylindrical surface? Enter a positive number if the net flux leaves the cylinder and a negative number if the net flux enters the cylnder. (This question is what got me confused). 2. Relevant equations ∫E*dA=qencl/ε 3. The attempt at a solution I was able to correctly find the net E along x for point P and I was also able to find the flux for the centered line for the cylinder but once the second line was added I wasn't sure where to go from there because E is no longer constant around the cyclinder. I am sure I am missing something very fundamental but I can't wrap my mind around what that is.