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green theorem, anyone?



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phinx828
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Do you have a calc 3 sample question involving green's theorem?

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whats ur Q?

suzi20
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yea im in calculus 3

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u just needed the green's th expained?

suzi20
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use Green's theorem to show that the area of a circle with 'a' radius is pi a^2

phinx828
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Erm maybe make a parametrization of a circle, and then apply green's theorem?

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like...eq of circle is x^2 +y^2 = a^2

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x = a cos(t) and y = a sin(t)

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become polar ?