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    Parametrizing a surface, then finding area

    Looking for the area of the upper surface of that portion of the sphere x+y+z=4, contained within the cylinder, x+y=2y.

    I have parametrized it and found the surface area to be 4\pi.

    Does anybody else get the same?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thepongofping View Post
    Looking for the area of the upper surface of that portion of the sphere x+y+z=4, contained within the cylinder, x+y=2y.

    I have parametrized it and found the surface area to be 4\pi.

    Does anybody else get the same?
    I agree with your answer
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    Hi there, How did you go about parametrize the question?
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