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    flux in 3d

    Calculate the flux of F = (x^3 + y sin z)i + (y^3 + z cos x)j + 3zk across the surface of the solid bounded by the hemispheres z = \sqrt{25-x^2-y^2}, z = \sqrt{1-x^2-y^2}, and plane z = 0.
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    Ok

    the solution here
    Attachment 11591
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    but there is a mistake (3r+3)r dzdrd(theta) in the integral after I convert it polar the right is (3r^2+3)r dzdrd(theta)
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