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Calculation Flux integral 
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Nov2811, 10:40 PM

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QUESTION: Compute the flux of the vector field, F , through the surface, S.
F = xi+yj+zk S is the part of the surface z = x^2 + y^2 above the disc x^2 + y^2 ≤ 4 , oriented downward. I am just wondering why the integrand is from o to 4 while the radius is only 2. 


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Nov2911, 04:53 AM

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It isn't. That's incorrect. It should be 2.



#3
Nov2911, 12:15 PM

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My solution guide says otherwise, along with my online homework



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Nov2911, 02:00 PM

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Calculation Flux integral



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