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Hint: Use Gauss's law.

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so do I set it up like: 18.3 = q/(2Eo). Solving for q and then that would give me one unit and then I would multiply by the volume of the cube (.00414^3)?????

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To find the charge within the box using Gauss's law, first calculate the *flux *through each side of the box. The total flux will allow you to calculate the total charge. See this for more on http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electric/gaulaw.html" [Broken].

Is the field uniformly inward on*all *sides of the box? Or just two?

Is the field uniformly inward on

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Got it Thanks Doc.

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