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Learning Goal: I’m working on a physics discussion question and need the explanation and answer to help me learn.

Lets take a break from all of the book learning and explore the world around you. For these assignments, your writing will be focused on Everyday Physics which will help you connect your Readings to things that have happened in the world around you. Your posts should be interesting and well written.

In this module, you will look for an article or news story/video that relates to one or more of the following topics:

• Gauss’ Law
• Electric fields due to one of a variety of charge configurations

These are pretty broad topics, but a few ideas should spring readily to mind.

By the end of the fourth day of the module, create a thread with a 250-word post including one or more of the topics listed above, an active hyperlink to your

resource (this resource cannot be used by another student), a summary of the resource itself, a summary of the material you are learning in this module as it relates to your resource (cite portions of the textbook), and an explanation of how the topic or resource ties to your everyday life.

Then provide a substantive reply to at least two of your classmates posts (minimum 200 words) before the end of the module

. Don’t forget to reply to the comments your classmates leave about your original post, too. Posts made after the posted due date of the discussion will be reviewed by your instructor, but no points will be earned for your effort.

### Gauss’s law

In physics and electromagnetismGauss’s law, also known as Gauss’s flux theorem, (or sometimes simply called Gauss’s theorem) is a law relating the

distribution of electric charge to the resulting electric field. In its integral form, it states that the flux of the electric field out of an arbitrary closed surface is

proportional to the electric charge enclosed by the surface, irrespective of how that charge is distributed. Even though the law alone is insufficient to determine the electric field across a surface enclosing any charge distribution, this may be possible in cases where symmetry mandates uniformity of the field

. Where no such symmetry exists, Gauss’s law can be used in its differential form, which states that the divergence of the electric field is proportional to the local density of charge.

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