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    Stokes' Theorem

    \int\limits_C \vec{F} .dS = ?

    \vec{F} = (2xy, (1-y)z + x^2 + x, (x^2/2 + e^x)

     C: x^2 + y^2 = 1 intersection with z^2 = x^2 + (y - 1)^2

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    The problem here is find the limits of integration. The rest I know how to do. I can find the equation of the curve C, but does it helps?
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    Re: Stokes' Theorem

    Are you supposed to use Stokes's theorem? If so, you need to find a convenient surface having C as the boundary.
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