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[tex] \int\int\int_{D}f(x,y,z)dV = \int\int\int_{D}g(x,y,z)dV [/tex]

Then is it the case that f(x,y,z) is g(x,y,z). I am not sure if it's true but I seem to need it to equate the integral and differential forms of Gauss's law.

Any thoughts?

BiP

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# Functions having the same integral are equal

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