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## Homework Statement

An electric field given by https://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/shared/assignment/test/session.quest2560893entrance1_N10030.mml?size=14&ver=1486488694211 [Broken] = 9.6https://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/shared/assignment/test/session.quest2560893entrance1_N1004B.mml?size=14&ver=1486488694211 [Broken] - 6.4(

*y2*+ 4.8)https://edugen.wileyplus.com/edugen/shared/assignment/test/session.quest2560893entrance1_N1006D.mml?size=14&ver=1486488694211 [Broken] pierces the Gaussian cube of edge length 0.160 m and positioned as shown in the figure. (The magnitude E is in newtons per coulomb and the position x is in meters.) What is the electric flux through the

**(a)**top face,

**(b)**bottom face,

**(c)**left face, and

**(d)**back face?

**(e)**What is the net electric flux through the cube?

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

I can compute the values for a-d simply enough but am having real trouble finding the net electric flux

A) finding the y component through the top face should be just substituting the edge length for y in the electric field equation and multiplying by the area of the face

-0.7906Nm^2/C

B) Should be the opposite of A because the electric field lines are entering through this side

0.7906 Nm^2/C

C) should be the integral ∫9.6dA with the result being negative as the electric field is entering through the left face

-.24576 Nm^2/C

D) There is no z component to the field so the flux upon this side is zero

0

E) This is were i become lost...

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