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    Use Stoke's Theorem to calculate \oint F \cdot dr, where C is the closed oriented curve. and F(x,y,z)=< 1/2z^2-1/2y^2,1/2x^2-1/2z^2,1/2y^2-1/2x^2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ottmar0 View Post
    Use Stoke's Theorem to calculate \oint F \cdot dr, where C is the closed oriented curve. and F(x,y,z)  = < 1/2z^2-1/2y^2,1/2x^2-1/2z^2,1/2y^2-1/2x^2>.
    What is the curve C?
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    I forgot to put the c at the bottom of the \oint
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    Quote Originally Posted by ottmar0 View Post
    I forgot to put the c at the bottom of the \oint
    No - I mean - what is the actual curve for this line integral?
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