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## Nootan Solutions Gauss Theorem ISC Physics Class-12 Nageen Prakashan Chapter-2 Numericals, Kumar & Mittal

 Class: 12 Subject: Physics Chapter 2: Gauss Theorem
 Board ISC Writer/Publications Nootan / Nageen Prakashan/ Kumar and Mittal Topics Solved Numericals of page 70

Gauss Law states that the total electric flux out of a closed surface is equal to the charge enclosed divided by the permittivity. The electric flux in an area is defined as the electric field multiplied by the area of the surface projected in a plane and perpendicular to the field

### Introductions

• Gauss’s law was suggested by Karl Frederich Gauss(1777-1855) who was German scientist and mathematician.
• It is basically the relation between the charge distribution producing the electrostatic field to the behavior of electrostatic field in space.
• This Gauss’s law is based on the fact that flux through any closed surface is a measure of total amount of charge inside that surface and any charge outside that surface would not contribute anything to the total flux.
• Before we look further to study Gauss’s law in detail let’s study electric field due to continuous charge distributions.

### Chap-2 Gauss Theorem Numericals Nootan Solutions ISC Physics Class-12 ,Nageen Prakashan Kumar and Mittal

Solved Numericals of page – 70

#### Question 1

A point………surface.

#### Question 2

the net……………the box.

#### Question 3

A point charge produce……………point charge

#### Question 4

An Isolated…………conductor

#### Question 5

An infinite…………..density.

#### Question 7

Two large……………plate.

#### Question 8

A uniformly……………..sphere.

#### Question 9

The electric field……………..on the sphere.

#### Question 10

A sphere……………..centre of the sphere.

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