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green's theorem in a plane and stokes theorem... easy steps to solve..??

Mathematics
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hopefully this solved problem will help! this is for green's thm
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tell me if you can't open the attachment
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwWQIKOLo7o

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it may help u
here's an attachment on a solution for stoke's thm
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@manjuthottam itz fine... thanx a lot.....plz also help for gauss divergence theorem..??
and ya i can open dat attahment.
i'm trying to remember what it was used for, i know it was in multicalc, but what was the original equation/ question format?
it is the relation b/w the surface and volume integrals...
@shameer your you tube link is really helpfull bro... thnx
oh i'm looking at my txbk, and i realize that i didn't get that far in class, sorry!
ok... u r frm which college..??
utd
*dallas
which place
tx
okey...

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