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    Calc 3 help, Green's Theorem

    Use C=12Cxdyydx to calculate the area of the given region. The region between the graph of y=x2 and the x-axis for 0x5.

    I've no clue how to do this one. I did the partials and subtracted them and got 2, but even then, I don't know what to do with the bounds or find them. Is this supposed to be 2 integrals?
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    Re: Calc 3 help, Green's Theorem

    Nevermind i got it, i'm just dumb haha its 125/3
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    Re: Calc 3 help, Green's Theorem

    Quote Originally Posted by TheTideCaller View Post
    Nevermind i got it, i'm just dumb haha its 125/3
    12 \oint_C (-ydx + xdy) = 12 \int_0^5 \int_0^{x^2} (1+1)dy dx \\ = 24 \int_0^5 x^2 = 1000
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