The electrical field in a particular space is E = (X + 1.2)1 N/C with x in meters. Consider a cylindrical Gaussian surface of radius 16 cm that is coaxial with the x axis. One end of the cylinder is at x = 0. (a) What is the magnitude of the electricflux through the other end of the cylinder at x = 3.2 m? (b) What net charge is enclosed within the cylinder?

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