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    Surface integral vector field

    Evaluate the surface integral of the vector field F(x; y; z) = (siny, sinz, yz)over
    the rectangle 0 y≤ 2, 0 ≤z ≤3 in the yz-plane with the normal pointing in the
    negative x direction.
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    Re: Surface integral vector field

    Hey apatite.

    Can you show us what you have tried? (The definition of the integral?)
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    Re: Surface integral vector field

    I get 3(cos2-cos0) I parametrize it and then use the surface integral formula. Is my answer correct? I appreciate your help!
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