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Green's Theorem & Line Integrals

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1. Homework Statement
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Note:
path-connected means arcwise-connected
C^0 means continuous
⊿f=Laplacian=(f)xx+(f)yy
df/dn = grad f . n

2. Relevant material
Green's theorem, line integrals, ...


3. The Attempt at a Solution
The only part I can finish is part (ii):
(ii) follows from the vector version of Green's theorem
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by letting F=grad f

How can I do parts (i) and (iii)?
And provided that I have proved (i), (ii), and (iii), how would these results aid me in proving the actual problem?

Any help or hints would be greatly appreciated!https://www.physicsforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif [Broken]
 
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I seriously need help with parts (i) and (iii)...
 
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Well, I've solved part (i) as well:
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Then use squeeze theorem...


And now I am stuck only on part (iii), please help!
 
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Provided that I have proved (i), (ii), and (iii), how would these results aid me in proving the actual problem? (i.e. to prove that f is constant on U)
 

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