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If the vector field is uniform but is not perpendicular to the surface, as in Figure 1.6(b), the flux may be determined simply by [...]

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finding the component of ~ A perpendicular to the surface and then multiplying that value by the surface area

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#electromagnetism #physics

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If the vector field is uniform but is not perpendicular to the surface, as in Figure 1.6(b), the flux may be determined simply by [...]

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#electromagnetism #physics

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If the vector field is uniform but is not perpendicular to the surface, as in Figure 1.6(b), the flux may be determined simply by [...]

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finding the component of ~ A perpendicular to the surface and then multiplying that value by the surface area

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If the vector field is uniform but is not perpendicular to the surface, as in Figure 1.6(b), the flux may be determined simply by finding the component of ~ A perpendicular to the surface and then multiplying that value by the surface area

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If the vector field is uniform but is not perpendicular to the surface, as in Figure 1.6(b), the flux may be determined simply by finding the component of ~ A perpendicular to the surface and then multiplying that value by the surface area

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