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Have no idea how to figure this out. According to Gauss' law, normal electric flux density is equal to surface charge density equal to e0*e(r)*E(n) but??Name:  9492094.png
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If the media is linear, homogenous and isotropic then:
\mathbf{D} = \epsilon \mathbf{E}
The boundary condition are that if surface charge density is zero then the normal component of \mathbf{D} is continuous and the tangential component of \mathbf{E} is continuous.

I think you are getting mixed up between the boundary conditions, there are two separate ones.
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