Find the value of the 2-form on the oriented triangle with vertices . I drew the projection of the triangle on each of the coordinate planes. Now what do I do? Do I compute the area of the triangle on the plane? Because
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Is the basically the sum of the areas in the projected planes?
Last edited by shilz222; Nov 10th 2007 at 01:33 PM.
The answer is . And if it is a 2 form then it has to be assigned a number to a oriented surface. Maybe I should draw a prism?
I think I got it. Its . I ended up getting
Last edited by shilz222; Nov 10th 2007 at 02:50 PM.
But if the surface is not a triangle then you can't do this right?
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