Thank you for your fast reply,
I think I need a more detailed answer. When you check my attempt would you tell me where I should modify so that I can go further?
Thanks,
Maya
Hi everyone,
I have to prove this problem but I have no idea how to approach this problem. I tried something but it seems not working...
Suppose F is a vector field in R3 whose components have continuous partial derivatives. (So F satisfies the hypotheses of Stoke's Theorem.)
(a)...
I am soooo poor at this kind of proof problem...:cry:
Please help me out with this!
Show that
Integral_C y dx + x dy depends only on the endpoints of the arbitrary curve C.
(Hint: find a potential function f of the vector field <y, x> and use that to integrate
along a parametrization...
Hi everyone,
I've got stuck on this prove problem:cry:
Please help me!!!
Let S be a rectangular sheet with sides a and b and uniform density, and total
mass M.
(a) Show that the moment of inertia of S about an axis L that is perpendicular to S,
meeting S through its center, is
I...
Please help me with this problem! I have no clue. I know how to deal with only dy/dx. But this includes dy/dx and dz/dx....:cry:
Please see the attachment :)
Step size h = 0.2
range x = 0 to 1
y(0) = 2
z(0) = 4
Thank you,
Maya