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Introduction: In a region of space there is an electric field

More Details: In a region of space there is an electric field E that is in the z-direction and that has magnitude \(E = (691 N/(C*m))x\) .

Find the flux for this field through a square in the xy-plane at z= 0 and with side length 0.520m . One side of the square is along the +x-axis and another

side is along the +y-axis.

\(\Phi = ?\) So far I have gotten 187 N/C*m^2 for an answer which is wrong.

Do I use \(\Phi = \int_{}^{}E.dA\) to find the answer since E is

a function of x. If so How?

I am lost on how to do this, it seems easy but I just cant figure it out.

More Details: In a region of space there is an electric field E that is in the z-direction and that has magnitude \(E = (691 N/(C*m))x\) .

Find the flux for this field through a square in the xy-plane at z= 0 and with side length 0.520m . One side of the square is along the +x-axis and another

side is along the +y-axis.

\(\Phi = ?\) So far I have gotten 187 N/C*m^2 for an answer which is wrong.

Do I use \(\Phi = \int_{}^{}E.dA\) to find the answer since E is

a function of x. If so How?

I am lost on how to do this, it seems easy but I just cant figure it out.

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