1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Show that both sides of the Stoke's Theorem formula are valid for the function F= using the triangular surface on the y-z plane with corners at the origin, (0,2,0) and (0,0,2). 2. Relevant equations Stokes Theorem equation( not sure how to write it out here) 3. The attempt at a solution Took the curl of V, ended up with <-2y,-3z,-x> but when I go to integrate do I set x=0 and then dx=0 as well? So then, with y=2-z , bounds on the integrals are 0-2 and 0-(2-z) so (INT)(INT)(-3z)dydx with the bounds? But when I do this I end up with -4 ... Not sure where I am going wrong and I don't know how to prove the other side of the equation. Any help would be greatly appreciated.