IF these are closed paths then you can convert to a surface integral over the region they bound, using Stoke's theorem. If they do not, you could "close" the paths in an infinite number of ways give different representations.
IF these are closed paths then you can convert to a surface integral over the region they bound, using Stoke's theorem. If they do not, you could "close" the paths in an infinite number of ways give different representations.
I have a region from inner radius to outer radius and from lower angle to upper angle (region is a piece of circular ring) - two edges are at constant radius and two are at constant angle. Do you have any equation for Stoke's theorem in polar coordinates.
I found equation on this page http://www.calpoly.edu/~dhartig/Page...olarCoords.pdf and I got what I wanted.