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is that supposed to be dV u keep putting dA there lol
just use this easy step for this x^2+y^2 = r^2 and r^2=rho^2sin^2phi and integral over dV
I think so. I'm sure you understand I want to put \[d \rho d \phi d\]
Yeah I meant P^2 LOL! And I'm happy to see the limits look right!
dont worry, you will like settings up this integration soon enuff :)
divergence thrm makes like so much easier
I do like it :) I'm a beast at integration remember? :D
What does divergence theorem have to do with triple integrals though? The only thing I used divergence theorem for was to determine whether a system was Hamiltonian in Differential Equations class..
for flux, ud have to do surface integral over a region for 3D object and those are very annoying to set up with F. N dS
but divergence thrm proves that u have to find the unit normal and representaation of dS ull see its tedious
but with divergence thrm u just take Div F = Del . F and integrate over the volume straight away
this way u can have really annoying shapes and it still wont matter
remember when life got easier when you found out u can do greens theorm instead of doing every single annoyingi line integral, div them is like that for annoying surface integrals