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[SOLVED] Stokes Theorem

Kris

New member
May 22, 2013
29
Hi,

My question in my Stewart Calculus book is the same as
http://faculty.tru.ca/smcguinness/M317W11/M317W11quiz4sol.pdf

However when I work out the solution I seem to get a different value. My solution is

integral from 0 to 2pi 16 <2cos^2t,2sin^2t,cos(t)sin(t)>
64 integral from 0 to 2pi -cos^2t*sin(t)+sin^2t+cos(t)

I'm not sure however as to whether I am on the right track. Can someone show me what the value of F(r(t)) is and if my solution is on the right track?

Sorry about the formatting.
 

Kris

New member
May 22, 2013
29
Nevermind problem solved