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The above picture requires us to find the flux through the square sheet, due to a proton. Treating the sheet as one plane of a Gaussian cube, I found the flux using, $$Flux= \frac{E*dA}{6}$$$$\text{Flux}= \frac{E*dA}{6}$$ This gives the answer $9.6 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$ However, the actual answer is $3.01 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$

Can someone please explain what I'm doing wrong? Thanks.

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The above picture requires us to find the flux through the square sheet, due to a proton. Treating the sheet as one plane of a Gaussian cube, I found the flux using, $$Flux= \frac{E*dA}{6}$$ This gives the answer $9.6 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$ However, the actual answer is $3.01 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$

Can someone please explain what I'm doing wrong? Thanks.

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The above picture requires us to find the flux through the square sheet, due to a proton. Treating the sheet as one plane of a Gaussian cube, I found the flux using, $$\text{Flux}= \frac{E*dA}{6}$$ This gives the answer $9.6 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$ However, the actual answer is $3.01 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$

Can someone please explain what I'm doing wrong? Thanks.

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enter image description here

The above picture requires us to find the flux through the square sheet, due to a proton. Treating the sheet as one plane of a Gaussian cube, I found the flux using,

Flux= (E*dA)/6

This $$Flux= \frac{E*dA}{6}$$ This gives the answer 9.6 nNm^2/C$9.6 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$ However, the actual answer is 3.01 nNm^2/C$3.01 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$

Can someone please explain what I'm doing wrong? Thanks.

enter image description here

The above picture requires us to find the flux through the square sheet, due to a proton. Treating the sheet as one plane of a Gaussian cube, I found the flux using,

Flux= (E*dA)/6

This gives the answer 9.6 nNm^2/C However, the actual answer is 3.01 nNm^2/C

Can someone please explain what I'm doing wrong? Thanks.

enter image description here

The above picture requires us to find the flux through the square sheet, due to a proton. Treating the sheet as one plane of a Gaussian cube, I found the flux using, $$Flux= \frac{E*dA}{6}$$ This gives the answer $9.6 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$ However, the actual answer is $3.01 \frac{nNm^{2}}{C}$

Can someone please explain what I'm doing wrong? Thanks.

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Flux through square sheet due to point charge

enter image description here

The above picture requires us to find the flux through the square sheet, due to a proton. Treating the sheet as one plane of a Gaussian cube, I found the flux using,

Flux= (E*dA)/6

This gives the answer 9.6 nNm^2/C However, the actual answer is 3.01 nNm^2/C

Can someone please explain what I'm doing wrong? Thanks.