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Ok, so I need to solve this integral (bottom of the pic) using Stokes' theorem.

What I did first is to find the Curl, then I used the UV surface as usual and then found the normal.

After that, I switched to an area integral of the dot product between the curl and the normal over the UV surface.

It's all in the pic.

My question is this, what this integral actually finds is the flux, right? the flux that goes through the Spiral, so if it's correct, do I also need to find the flux that goes through the plot z=2, that goes downward?

Damn, my English sucks

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3. The attempt at a solution

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# Homework Help: Stuck in Stokes's 2

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