|May1-10, 09:09 PM||#1|
Calculus MV: Integration
I really just need to check my answer on something:
Let X be the surface parameterized by "z maps to (z,z^2)", such that z is a complex number |z|<=1.
Identify the complex number in C^2, in this case (x1+iy1,x2+iy2), with the real vector (x1,y1,x2,y2) in R^4.
What is the integral of dx2[tex]\wedge[/tex]dy2 over the surface X?
I'm getting 2pi; am I in the ball park?
|calculus, orientation, surfaces|
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