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^{2})du[itex]\wedge[/itex]dv is independent of the choice of local parameterization?

Here E,F,G are the coefficients of first fundamental form. Please someone gives me some ideas.

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Here E,F,G are the coefficients of first fundamental form. Please someone gives me some ideas.

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Maybe if you give us the definition of E, G, F and/or how they are calculated, that^{2})du[itex]\wedge[/itex]dv is independent of the choice of local parameterization?

Here E,F,G are the coefficients of first fundamental form. Please someone gives me some ideas.

would help.

And, BTW : why doesn't the independence of parametrization hold for standard

integrals in standard integration in ℝ

the determinant of the Jacobian J(f) of the change of variables?

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