EDIT: I apologize for not noticing this earlier, but I realize this should be in the HW/Coursework section of the forum. If possible, would someone be able to move it over for me? Again, sorry for my error and any trouble/confusion. I would like some help calculating the flux of neutrinos through the Earth. I am given the energy released in neutrinos, 10 x 1053 erg, and the mean energy 10MeV per neutrino. I am asked how many pass through a cm^2. I know... • Flux = N/(At) = E/(At) * N/E • 1053 erg = 6.24 x 1064 eV, which leads to... • 6.24x1057 neutrinos. I'm feeling lost on the next step as I believe I need the energy that passes through some area on Earth, but I'm not sure. It seems to simple and wrong to simply divide # of neutrinos by (1 x 10^-4 m)*s Thanks for your help.