(10%) Problem 3: Three electric charges, Q1-2 C, Q2-2 C, and Q,--10 C, areshown in the figure, along with 5 surfaces, S1 through S5.Banchi, Stephen- banchis3@students.rowan.eduS253Otheexpertta.com@ theexpertta.com - tracking id: 2N74-2F-82-4A-BAAB-13083. In accordance with Expert TA's Terms ofService. copying this information to any solutions sharing website is strictly forbidden. Doing so may result intermination of your Expert TA Account-là 20% Part (a) Write an expression for the electric flux Φ 1 through SIΔ 20% Part (b) Write an expression for the electric flux through S2.20% Part (c) Write an expression for the electric flux ФЗ through S320% Part (d) Determine the electric flux Φ4 through S4.20% Part (e) Write an expression for the electric flux Φ5 through S5Grade SummaryDeductionsPotential0%100%SubmissionsAttempts remaining: 6(0%0 per attempt)detailed viewIOMI4 5 6Q1BACKSPACECLEARSubmitHintI give up!

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(10%) Problem 3: Three electric charges, Q1-2 C, Q2-2 C, and Q,--10 C, are
shown in the figure, along with 5 surfaces, S1 through S5.
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20% Part (d) Determine the electric flux Φ4 through S4.
20% Part (e) Write an expression for the electric flux Φ5 through S5
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(10%) Problem 3: Three electric charges, Q1-2 C, Q2-2 C, and Q,--10 C, are shown in the figure, along with 5 surfaces, S1 through S5. Banchi, Stephen- banchis3@students.rowan.edu S2 53 Otheexpertta.com @ theexpertta.com - tracking id: 2N74-2F-82-4A-BAAB-13083. In accordance with Expert TA's Terms of Service. copying this information to any solutions sharing website is strictly forbidden. Doing so may result in termination of your Expert TA Account -là 20% Part (a) Write an expression for the electric flux Φ 1 through SI Δ 20% Part (b) Write an expression for the electric flux through S2. 20% Part (c) Write an expression for the electric flux ФЗ through S3 20% Part (d) Determine the electric flux Φ4 through S4. 20% Part (e) Write an expression for the electric flux Φ5 through S5 Grade Summary Deductions Potential 0% 100% Submissions Attempts remaining: 6 (0%0 per attempt) detailed view IOMI 4 5 6 Q1 BACKSPACE CLEAR Submit Hint I give up!

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The electric flux through a surface is given by,

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Electric flux though surface s1 due to al...

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