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How do I use the Divergence theorem to find the outward flux of the field F = (x^{3},x^{2}y,xy) out through the surface of the solid U = (x,y,z): 0 < y < 5-z, 0 < z < 4-x^{2}. The answer is 4608/35.

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# Divergence theorem

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