Electric field at all possible points, Physics

Describe Guass law and measure electric field at all possible points due to

(i)  Charged Sphere (Hollow Sphere) (inside, outside and on the surface of the sphere)

(ii) Charged Sphere (Solid Insulator) (inside, outside and on the surface of the sphere)

(iii)Infinite large line charge

(iv)  Infinite long Cylinder ( Solid insulator) ( inside, outside and on the surface ) 

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