32. Assume the magnitude of the electric field on eachface of the cube of edge1.00 m in Figure P24.32is uniform and the directions of the fields on each faceare as indicated. Find (a) the net electric lux throughthe cube and ( the net charge inside the cube.(c) Could the net charge be a single point charge?ON/C200 N/C200 N/C850N/C200N/C5.ON/C

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32. Assume the magnitude of the electric field on each
face of the cube of edge1.00 m in Figure P24.32
is uniform and the directions of the fields on each face
are as indicated. Find (a) the net electric lux through
the cube and ( the net charge inside the cube.
(c) Could the net charge be a single point charge?
ON/C
200 N/C
200 N/C
850N/C
200N/C
5.ON/C
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32. Assume the magnitude of the electric field on each face of the cube of edge1.00 m in Figure P24.32 is uniform and the directions of the fields on each face are as indicated. Find (a) the net electric lux through the cube and ( the net charge inside the cube. (c) Could the net charge be a single point charge? ON/C 200 N/C 200 N/C 850N/C 200N/C 5.ON/C

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First, we determine the area of each face of the cube. length of each side of the cube is given as 1 m.  Hence the area of each face of the cube is given as 

a = Length of side of the cube = 1 m

A = Area of each face of the cube 

Hence the area of each face of the cube comes out to be 1 m2 and the direction of the area at any face is normal to the surface and going away from it.

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Step 2

For left and right face :

Assuming left-right direction along the x-axis with the left being negative x-direction and right being the positive x-direction.

 

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Step 3

For top and bottom face :

Assuming top-bottom direction along the z-axis with the down b...

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