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**B**through a surface' and to include the case where the field is NOT perpendicular to the plane of the surface.

This seems quite simple but i just wanted to check my definition with you guys

I have;

The flux of a magnetic field B through a surface is the the strength of the magnetic field over a given area A and is given by the equation magnetic flux=A*B

Where the field is NOT perpendicluar to the plane it is given by the inclined angle to the perpendicular and given by the equation A*Bcos(theta)

Is that pretty much it?

Hope so :)