Question asks to evaluate the surface integral for the given and with stokes theorem. for , My question is that in transformation from x,y to u,v shouldn't there be jacobian multiplied ? I dont see it anywhere in the solution.
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Originally Posted by Altair Question asks to evaluate the surface integral for the given and with stokes theorem. for , My question is that in transformation from x,y to u,v shouldn't there be jacobian multiplied ? I dont see it anywhere in the solution. There is no trouble or mystery here. The surface is being represented by the parametrised position vector . Using this representation, . This is a formula that should be somewhere in your notes or textbook.
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