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See the "Gauss's Law Sketch Proof" paragraph .[/URL] Griffiths uses mainly the same argument to prove Gauss's law, but I don't really see the connection between the fact that the flux is Q/epsilon for a sphere and the conclusion that it is worth this quantity too for any closed surface.

Can someone point to a more mathematical proof? Or simply unveil what I'm missing in this argument.

Thanks.

Can someone point to a more mathematical proof? Or simply unveil what I'm missing in this argument.

Thanks.

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