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anonymous
 one year ago
Let F(x,y,z)=<z*arctan(y^2),z*ln(x^2+3),z>
Find the outward flux of F through S, the part of the paraboloid x^2 + y^2 + z = 9 that lies above the
￼plane z = 5 and is oriented upward. Divergence theorem suggests this would be triple integral of 1 dV, giving 8*pi, but answer is 28*pi. Why?
anonymous
 one year ago
Let F(x,y,z)=<z*arctan(y^2),z*ln(x^2+3),z> Find the outward flux of F through S, the part of the paraboloid x^2 + y^2 + z = 9 that lies above the ￼plane z = 5 and is oriented upward. Divergence theorem suggests this would be triple integral of 1 dV, giving 8*pi, but answer is 28*pi. Why?

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