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How do i set up the problem? if some can explain the set up i would very much appreciate it

Use the Divergence Theorem to calculate the surface integral F dS =|
1.
-SSS
div F dV , that is,
calculate the flux of F(x=(x')i+(y³)j+(z*)k across S is the region x +y² +z? <a².
2-D Surface
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How to
dvf=
ze
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Use the Divergence Theorem to calculate the surface integral F dS =| 1. -SSS div F dV , that is, calculate the flux of F(x=(x')i+(y³)j+(z*)k across S is the region x +y² +z? <a². 2-D Surface set -up How to dvf= ze

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Step 1

Given,

F xi+yjz'k
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F xi+yjz'k

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Step 2

Divergence theorem states that

F-dS
divF dV
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F-dS divF dV

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Step 3

The divergence ...

dirF)))
+
axc
divF 3x2 +3y +3z
divF =3(x + y +z*)
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dirF))) + axc divF 3x2 +3y +3z divF =3(x + y +z*)

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