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    A small charge of 280 C is at the center of a 8.52 cm radius ball. How much flux passes through the ball's surface?

    N.m2/C ?

    A small charge of 566 C is at the center of a 6.63 cm radius ball. How much flux passes through the ball's surface?

    N.m2/C ?

    A small charge of 585 C is at the center of a 9.58 cm radius ball. How much flux passes through the ball's surface?

    N.m2/C ?

    A small charge of 199 C is at the center of a 11.03 cm radius ball. How much flux passes through the ball's surface?

    N.m2/C ?

    A small charge of 773 C is at the center of a 5.82 cm radius ball. How much flux passes through the ball's surface?

    N.m2/C ?

    A small charge of 739 C is at the center of a 1.44 cm radius ball. How much flux passes through the ball's surface?

    N.m2/C ?