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## Homework Statement

Assume I want to calculate the electric flux through a spherical surface centred at point

**P**with radius

**R**which contains a point charge

**Q**, that is not concentric with the spherical surface.

Here, I can no longer assume that ∫∫

_{s}

**E**d

**A**=

**E.A**, and I have to calculate the value of the surface integral to reach a result where the flux is a function of position on the sphere.

However, since I did not study surface integration yet, I decided to research it, when I got stuck in the calculations (or misunderstood something).

I want to know how to get the flux as a function in this case.

## Homework Equations

Gauss Law

Coulombs Law

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