This is actually a problem in my Vector Calc class, but is very fitting for this section. I have been trying to understand this problem, and cannot seem to figure out where to go. The z-axis carries a constant electric charge density of λ units of charge per unit length with λ > 0. The resulting electric field is given by E=5λ*xi+yj/x^2+y^2 Compute the flux of outward through the cylinder x^2 + y^2 ≤ R^2, for 0 ≤ z ≤ h. Use lambda for λ. I have been having pretty good success with most of the problems from this section, but I cannot seem to set this guy up. Since both the normal vector, and the electric field are pointing radially away from the z axis, the angle between them is 0. Can someone give me a step in the right direction please? I have a few problems that are driving me nuts.