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a ccording to gauss law inegral e.ds = q/e where q is charge enclosed in the gassuian surface, how e is the electric field of all the charges in the space but it should be the e of charge q plz reply fast

 


according to gauss law inegral e.ds = q/e where q is charge enclosed in the gassuian surface, how e is the electric field of all the charges in the space but it should be the e of charge q    plz reply fast 

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harihara rajanala
29 Points
11 years ago

e/q*s

basit ali
41 Points
11 years ago

here  i think you did big mistake i.e.; here,   e.ds = Q net /epsilon 0 ;  so epsilon0 is not equal to e (electric field). and your answer is:   here is the el. field of space  because  your charge q  may be at  the space and Gaussian surface also defined for space. plz aprove my answer.

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