fixed thanks for calculas26
Am having trouble with line integrals and can't manage to get the following problem correct;
Where S is the part of the plane 2x + y + 3z = 6 for x=>0, y=>0, z=>0
I know that ;
And worked out the magnitude of the normal to be (14)^1/2, but i'm not sure if i'm parametrizing the plane correctly and i'm not sure of my limits of integration.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
A couple of things here:
1. This is a surface integral not a line integral
2. dS = 14^(1/2) not 13^(1/2)
3. The inner integration limit should be 0 to 3 - 3z/2
4. the integration order is dx dz not dxdy
Monster what parameterization did you use? Hard to tell if its correct
without knowing what it is.