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Use Gauss' Law for Electricity to find the total charge?

Use Gauss' Law for Electricity to find the total charge in the cone y=sqrt(x^2+z^2) for E=<2xy, y^2, 5xy>. (Answer: 0)

I've set up the triple integral of 4y dV and the formula for volume of a cone is V=1/3*pi*r^2*h but I can't find the radius and height.

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Your cone is infinite. Is there another equation, like y = c so that the cone would be finite? 

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