# A 3.7 cm × 4.0 cm rectangle lies in the xy-plane. What is the electric flux through the rectangle if E (vector) =(120ı^−240k^)N/C? What is the electric flux through the rectangle if E (vector) =(120ı^−240ȷ^)N/C?

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A 3.7 cm × 4.0 cm rectangle lies in the xy-plane.

What is the electric flux through the rectangle if E (vector) =(120ı^−240k^)N/C?

What is the electric flux through the rectangle if E (vector) =(120ı^−240ȷ^)N/C?

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Step 1

Given:

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Electric flux is defined as the number of electric field lines passing through the surface perpendicular to it.

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Electric flux for 1st part...

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