Hi guys, need some assurance here in evaluating this surface integral.

where

and

with positive orientation (outward pointing normal).

Here's what I did:

Using Green's theorem (Divergence theorem)

Anything wrong with what I did?

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- Dec 4th 2012, 11:45 PMaforlSurface Integral of a Vector Field
Hi guys, need some assurance here in evaluating this surface integral.

where

and

with positive orientation (outward pointing normal).

Here's what I did:

Using Green's theorem (Divergence theorem)

Anything wrong with what I did? - Dec 6th 2012, 03:35 AMaforlRe: Surface Integral of a Vector Field
Bump... Not even a 'OK' or 'Good' or 'Wrong'?

Lol I've done the question already, only need someone to assure me this is the right way to go. - Dec 6th 2012, 09:40 AMHallsofIvyRe: Surface Integral of a Vector Field
I thought I had responded to this, yesterday. Did you post on more than one forum?

Yes, what you have done is completely correct. I considered suggesting you check by doing the surface integral directly but that "sin(z)" makes things horrible! - Dec 7th 2012, 06:39 AMaforlRe: Surface Integral of a Vector Field