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    How do I use Stoke's Theorem to evaluate given this vector?

    Using Stoke's Theorem, evaluate:
    ∫∫ (V)⋅ dA

    over any surface whose bounding curve is the (x,y) plane, where
    V = (x - x2z) + (yz3 - y2)j + (x2 - xz)k
    I'm really stuck on this particular problem, so any and all help is much appreciated. Thank you!
    Last edited by JohnZ; February 24th 2013 at 11:19 PM.
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