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You are integrating two vector quantities. The dot is there to indicate the scalar product of the electric field

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The scalar product that SteamKing mentions is also called the "dot product."You are integrating two vector quantities. The dot is there to indicate the scalar product of the electric fieldEand the infinitesimal bit of surface area dA.

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Ah!! Thank you! That really clears it up!

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