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Please explain the Green's Theorem Please explain the Green's Theorem @Mathematics

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  1. hubris
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    it is a special case of strokes theorem|dw:1319455579298:dw| check out the drawing you have n numbers of infinitesimal little boxes. the opposite arrow heads will cancel each other till you reach the boundiries of the surface this means you try to understand the behaviour of a infinitesimal little box to see how the whole big box act.|dw:1319455929822:dw|

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