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Solution: Gaussian surface A is a cube with side length L and encloses a charge Q. A separate gaussian surface B is a sphere with radius length 10L and encloses a charge Q/2. What is the ratio between the electric fluxes, ΦEA / ΦEB, for these two surfaces? A. 200π/3 B. 3/(200π) C. 2/1 D. 1/1

Problem

Gaussian surface A is a cube with side length L and encloses a charge Q. A separate gaussian surface B is a sphere with radius length 10L and encloses a charge Q/2. What is the ratio between the electric fluxes, ΦEA / ΦEB, for these two surfaces?

A. 200π/3

B. 3/(200π)

C. 2/1

D. 1/1