Electric Flux Integral

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Homework Statement


Hey as per ususal our physics course has run ahead of our maths course and started using this type of integral[tex]\oint[/tex] for the equation for electric flux


Homework Equations



[tex]\Phi=\oint D . dA[/tex]
Where[tex]\Phi[/tex] = Total electric flux through an area dA with electric flux density D

The Attempt at a Solution



My Problem is that I dont understand the difference between this itegral [tex]\oint[/tex] and this one [tex]\int[/tex]

Can some one point out this difference for me please?

Homework Statement





Homework Equations





The Attempt at a Solution

 

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well i cant tel the difference you are asking but yes ... [tex]\oint[/tex] is called integral over whole area and [tex]\int[/tex] is just called integral ...

and both are integrated same way ...
 
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well i cant tel the difference you are asking but yes ... [tex]\oint[/tex] is called integral over whole area and [tex]\int[/tex] is just called integral ...

and both are integrated same way ...
No that was it, thanks very much :)
 

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