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what is the general procedure for these type of questions-what is the effect of -q in this problem...... if a geometrical figure is given and a point charge q is inside it .then initial flux through curved surface is something(let it be phy.)now another charge -q is placed outside the figure.then how to find the net flux through the curved suface in this situation

what is the general procedure for these type of questions-what is the effect of -q in this problem...... if a geometrical figure is given and a point charge q is inside it .then initial flux through curved surface is something(let it be phy.)now another charge -q is placed outside the figure.then how to find the net flux through the curved suface in this situation

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Aziz Alam IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 233 Points
7 years ago
\text{The net flux through a closed surface is proportional to charge enclosed by the surface}
\phi=q/\varepsilon

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