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\[\int\limits_{}^{}\int\limits_{s}^{} F.etadS; S: x^2+y^2+z^2=R^2, x \ge0 and F=yj+zk\]
it's not for me, i haven't studied this yet :P
Double integral with nasty nasty? @saifoo.khan , get over here.

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what is an F.etadS;S ?
the answer is \[4piR^3/3\]
F looks to be a vector; <0,y,z>
Oh, equation of circle, and volume
F times \[F \times \eta dS\]
yeah, it is.
is there a specific topic to narrow down a search to in order to figure out the notation better?
Surface Integrals?
thats better. yeah, i havent stumbled across to many of those yet :)
i never have, its not for me :P this is always helpful to me. they tend to give a rather clear overview of these sorts of things
thaanks :)))

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