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Homework Help: Help with my Calculus Problems

  1. May 19, 2008 #1
    Wondering if anyone can do this, if you can show me.


    thanks in a heap
     

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  3. May 19, 2008 #2
    another one
     

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  4. May 19, 2008 #3
    continue
     

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  5. May 19, 2008 #4
    continue again
     

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  6. May 19, 2008 #5

    mathwonk

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    start by estimating the integral by a riemann sum. it all depends on knowing what dot products measure. (hint: the more parallel two vectors are, the greater their dot product.)
     
  7. May 19, 2008 #6
    last but not least
     

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  8. May 19, 2008 #7

    Gokul43201

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    Please read our forum guidelines. We can not do your textbook/coursework problems for you. We can help only if you show some effort first.
     
  9. May 19, 2008 #8

    Dick

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    I would suggest you start trying to apply calculus instead of posting pictures.
     
  10. May 20, 2008 #9
    Well, I already done everything but i'm not sure whether my answers are correct. thats the reason why i posted up. So people can help
     
  11. May 20, 2008 #10
    to start off that im not bluffing, the first two graphics are negative because of the parallel circulation creating a negative flux
     
  12. May 20, 2008 #11
    2a/b are both answers are equal to zero. I used the potential function out that f=xy and apply the f(Q)-f(P) which ends up with zero answer. But I need to find the answer using different formulas. SO, can anyone shows me other formulas
     
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