Q- Two charges +3Q and -2Q placed at (a,0) and (4a,0) respectively. What is the flux emanating out of the sphere of radius 3a taking 0 as the origin?
Asked by Subhashree Lenka | 23rd May, 2015, 11:34: PM
According to gauss theorem we know that the electric flux through a closed surface enclosing a charge is equal to 1/ε0 times the magnitude of the charge enclosed.
The charge enclosed by the sphere = +3Q
Therefore in this case the electric flux emanating out of the sphere of radius 3a with its centre at the origin,
Answered by Jyothi Nair | 24th May, 2015, 03:55: PM
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