[Q] Find the integral that represents the flux of the vector F = <x^2z, x^z, x^2z> through the surface S given by z = Ax + By + C for 0 <= x <= a and 0 <= y <= a, where A, B, C, and a are positive constants.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

From what I remember of the Flux.

F dot n, where n is a a vector perpendicular to the plane.

double integral F dot (r_{u}cross r_{v}) du dv

What I'm not remembering is how I get the n.

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