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Could you tell me the physical meaning of the stoke's theorem which equates the area integral of vorticity and the line integral of the velocity? what is the meaning of taking a area integral of vorticity? Sorry i could not get the physical meaning of these integrations.

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# Vorticity-stoke's theorem

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