Here's the question: A fluid has density 2 and velocity field http://ada.math.uga.edu/webwork2_files/tmp/equations/92/09afbe0bd85ee163f9c2c6664132361.png [Broken].[/URL] Find the rate of flow outward through the sphere http://ada.math.uga.edu/webwork2_files/tmp/equations/49/de1fad897871c3c2ac5109463da2a11.png [Broken].[/URL] So far I've found n, which is 1/2x+1/2y+1/2z and F dot n gives z^2. I converted to spherical coordinates and z^2 is equal to 4cos^2[phi]. My integral is set up as: 4*(int[0-2pi] int[0-pi] (cos^2[phi]*sin[phi]dphi dtheta. The first integral is -1/3cos^3[phi] from 0-pi which is 1/3 - - 1/3 = 2/3 The second integral gives 2/3*2*pi, so the entire thing is 4*2/3*2*pi. I thought I was just supposed to multiply that by 2 (the density) but that's not the right answer. Can someone tell me what I did wrong or what I'm supposed to do with the density? Thanks a lot.