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Old Apr 16th 2010, 01:59 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by maple_tree View Post
Hi arbolis!
Indeed, you are making a mistake by including the z in your expression to be integrated. We are looking at a surface on the xy plane, and so z=0, diving you the double integral of = -2 rdrdphi which eventually gives -2pia^2, do you get it?
Thanks, it makes sense. By the way, in post #5 I took the wrong V (disregard this post), hence my surprise as 0 as answer.
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Problems on Divergence and Stokes Theorems

Hi, some typical solved problems involving the Divergence and Stokes theorems are given at Surface Integrals.
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