26 instead of making only one gaussian surface make two gaussian surfa
2.6. Instead of making only one Gaussian Surface, make two Gaussian Surfaces. Draw the first Gaussian surfaces o that it has Point R on its bottom surface while also containing the positive sheet and respecting the symmetry of the positive sheet. Draw the second Gaussian surface so that it has Point R on its top surface, while also containing the negative sheet and respecting the symmetry of the negative sheet. Do Gauss's Law for the top sheet, pretending that the bottom sheet doesn't exist. Then, do Gauss's Law for the bottom sheet, pretending the top sheet doesn't exist.
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