   Chapter 16, Problem 15RCC

Chapter
Section
Textbook Problem

State the Divergence Theorem.

To determine

To state: The Divergence theorem.

Explanation

Consider a positively oriented solid region E which is simple and enclosed by the surface S as boundary and the vector field F with components that have continuous partial derivatives. Then the surface integral of F over the surface S according to Divergence theorem is as follows,

SFdS=E

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