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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello everyone. I've been asked the following question by someone and I'm not quite sure which is the correct answer. I'd appreciate some help with it.

The question is pretty simple:

When can't be Gauss's law applied?

1. When the electric field of a point charge is dependent on the angles theta and phi.

2. When the electric field of a point charge goes like 1/r^4.

Thank you!

The question is pretty simple:

When can't be Gauss's law applied?

1. When the electric field of a point charge is dependent on the angles theta and phi.

2. When the electric field of a point charge goes like 1/r^4.

Thank you!