1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The total electric flux from a cubical box 40.0 cm on a side is 4700 Nm^2/C. What charge is enclosed by the box? 2. Relevant equations Gauss Law: surface integral of E-field-vector * dA-vector = Q_enclosed/epsilon naught 3. The attempt at a solution The reason I am making this post is that I was under the impression that the left side of Gauss' Law is the total (or net) electric flux over the surface of the shape. Why am I even being given the sides of the box? 4700 Nm^2/C, being the total electric flux, is the left side of the equation in Gauss' Law! Why is my answer of [4700 * epsilon naught] incorrect? Thanks.