Solution - Find Out the Outward Flux to a Point Charge +Q Placed at the Centre of a Cube of Side ‘A’ - Electric Flux



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Find out the outward flux to a point charge +q placed at the centre of a cube of side ‘a’. Why is it found to be independent of the size and shape of the surface enclosing it? Explain.


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