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given a scalar field f(x,y)

is possible to compute the line integral ##\int f ds## and area integral ##\iint f d^2A##.

In 3D, given a scalar field f(x,y,z)

is possible to compute the surface integral ##\iint f d^2S## and the volume integral too ##\iiint f d^3V##.

So, given a vector field infin 2 and 3 dimensions, is possible to compute the line integral and the surface integral, respectively, but is possible to compute the area integral and the volume integral those vector fields? This make sense?

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# Area and volume integral of vector field

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