Unformatted text preview: cylinder as the Gauss geometry. Textbook? (3) Using Gauss’s law, calculate the electric field (magnitude and direction) of a point charge. Choose a sphere as the Gauss geometry. (4) Find the direction of dS for the Gauss geometries in (1) and (3). Note that the Gauss geometries are not extended....
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course ELEN 201 taught by Professor Dr.toshishigeyamada during the Winter '11 term at Santa Clara.
- Winter '11