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Very difficult series circuit question

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Homework Statement



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so basically there is a total of 2008 identical resistors and 2009 identical charged spheres. The spheres have a total charge of Q. I’m trying to find out what the radius of one of these spheres is.


Homework Equations



integral (E dot A) = (sum of all q's)/(Eo)

The Attempt at a Solution


Now I know i have to use a combination of Gauss's law and series circuits but i'm not actually sure where to begin. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 
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