Curve

, ;

So then:

So, then I just did the integral part by part

So, that means that:

Did, I do the problem wrong or something? I'd hate to think I did all of this work for the answer to just be 0...

- November 21st 2010, 03:14 PMdownthesun01Calculate flux across a curve. Would like my solution checked please

Curve

, ;

**So then:**

**So, then I just did the integral part by part**

**So, that means that:**

**Did, I do the problem wrong or something? I'd hate to think I did all of this work for the answer to just be 0...** - November 21st 2010, 04:10 PMspruancejr
You are correct here. Integrals measure area across plane(s) and a curve doesn't have any area to it. Therefore it makes sense that the answer would be zero.