Gauss’s Law for Electrostatics

So after a flux discussion, we reasoned our way to Gauss’s Law for Electrostatics.
DUML physheads must know this inside and out (of any closed surface)!

\oint_S \vec{E} \cdot \hat{n} dA = \frac{Q_{inS}}{\epsilon_o} = \frac{1}{\epsilon_o} \int_{V/S} \rho_e dV

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