divergence theorem anyone?! a conical domain with vertex (0,0,b) and axis along the z-axis has as base a disk of radius a in the xy-plane. find the flux of: F= upward through the conical part of the surface of the domain.

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divergence theorem anyone?! a conical domain with vertex (0,0,b) and axis along the z-axis has as base a disk of radius a in the xy-plane. find the flux of: F= upward through the conical part of the surface of the domain.

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found the div F to be 3(x^2+y^2)+2
\[b>0\quad\mbox{or}\quad b<0\]
b>0; i'm assuming is what's implied. that's all the question asks but it doesn't say (0,0,-b)

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