This is really frusterating me, my book provides horrible examples and i have no idea how to go about this problem.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

There is a cube with sides L= .3m and an electric field = (-5 N/C X m) x i +(3 N/C x m) z k i= i hat k= k hat

I know that the flux = the integral of the E . dA (dot product), but the form that i have for the electric field is not making sense to me.

How can i find the electric flux through the faces of a cube when i am given the electric field mentioned above?

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# Homework Help: Flux through a cube with non uniform electric field

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