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I am trying to integrate the the normal vector to the surface of a hemisphere but am having some trouble. I am pretty sure that the x and y components will cancel out, and that the z component in spherical coordinates is R*Cos[theta] but for some reason I am having trouble really understanding how to do it.
I know this is really basic but I'm horrible at vector calculus. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks
I know this is really basic but I'm horrible at vector calculus. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks