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    Divergence theory

    By using divergence theory compute the surface integral of ∫ ∫T F.ds where T is the unit spehere x^2+y^2+Z^2=1. and the vector field F is (y,z,x).

    I found the div(F)=0 so the surface integral is zero? Is this correct? Could someone please confirm? Thank you!
    Last edited by apatite; April 11th 2013 at 02:43 PM.
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    Re: Divergence theory

    Anyone can solve this problem or what?? come on!
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