A charge q1 is inside a spherical surface (although not necessarily at the exact center of the sphere). A second charge q2 sits just outside the surface. Choose whether the following statements are true or false.
T/F The total electric flux through the spherical surface depends on q2.
T/F The total electric flux through the spherical surface depends on q1.
T/F The electric field on the spherical surface depends on q1.
T/F Gauss's Law could be used to determine the location of q1 inside the sphere.
T/F The electric field on the spherical surface depends on q2.

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