Gauss law for a point charge

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Homework Statement



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Gauss' Law

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[itex]\epsilon_{0} E(4\pi r^{2}) = q_{enc} = -1.738x10^{-19}[/itex]
 

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I have come to this result many times and its the only thing keeping me from my 100. Any ideas?
 
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Antiphon
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I have come to this result many times and its the only thing keeping me from my 100. Any ideas?

Post your calculation; but I suspect you're confusing electric field with electric flux. Can't be sure unless you show your arithmetic.
 
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I see that, you're absolutely right.

Thank you!
 

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