## questions on oriented boundary of a surface

The questions come from a paragraph of page 271 of Rudin's "Principles of Mathematical Analysis", as the image below shows.

I completely do not understand what this paragraph is discussing. First, why "$\displaystyle \Phi$ is the same as the 2-chain $\displaystyle \Phi\circ\sigma_1+\Phi\circ\sigma_2$"? which is equivalent to $\displaystyle \int_\Phi \omega=\int_{\Phi\circ\sigma_1}\omega+\int_{\Phi\c irc\sigma_2}\omega$ for all 2-forms $\displaystyle \omega$. Second, why does the equalities at the end of this paragraph hold? Better use definitions and theorems of this book.
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