Flux of the electric field , Physics

a) A charge Q is placed at the centre of a cube. determine the flux of the electric field through the six surfaces of the cube.

b)  Determine the magnitude of the electric field at a point 4 cm away from a line charge of density 2 micro Coulomb /metre. 

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