# Help with my Calculus Problems

• weiyuezz
In summary, the conversation is about someone asking for help with a calculus problem and being reminded of forum guidelines. The person has already attempted the problem but is unsure of their answers and is looking for alternative formulas to solve it. The concept of dot products is mentioned as a hint for solving the problem.
weiyuezz
Wondering if anyone can do this, if you can show me.

thanks in a heap

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another one

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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.)

last but not least

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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.

I would suggest you start trying to apply calculus instead of posting pictures.

Well, I already done everything but I'm not sure whether my answers are correct. that's the reason why i posted up. So people can help

to start off that I am not bluffing, the first two graphics are negative because of the parallel circulation creating a negative flux

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

## 1. What is Calculus?

Calculus is a branch of mathematics that deals with the study of continuous change. It is used to analyze and solve problems involving rates of change and accumulation.

## 2. Why do I need help with my Calculus problems?

Calculus problems can be complex and require a deep understanding of mathematical concepts. It is common for students to struggle with these problems, which is why seeking help can improve understanding and performance.

## 3. Where can I find help with my Calculus problems?

You can find help with your Calculus problems by seeking guidance from a math teacher or tutor, attending study groups, using online resources and practice problems, and consulting textbooks and study guides.

## 4. How can I improve my Calculus problem-solving skills?

Improving Calculus problem-solving skills takes practice and patience. It is helpful to review fundamental concepts and work through various types of problems. Seeking help and guidance from teachers and peers can also aid in improvement.

## 5. Are there any tips for solving Calculus problems?

Some tips for solving Calculus problems include understanding the problem, drawing diagrams or graphs, breaking the problem into smaller parts, and checking your work. It is also important to review and understand the underlying concepts and formulas.

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