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8th Edition

James Stewart

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781285741550

Chapter 16.8, Problem 17E

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A particle moves along line segments from the origin to the points (1, 0, 0), (1, 2, 1), (0, 2, 1), and back to the origin under the influence of the force field **F**(*x*, *y*, *z*) = *z*^{2} **i** + 2*xy* **j** + 4*y*^{2} **k** Find the work done.

Calculus: Early Transcendentals

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(Check the...Ch. 16.4 - Use Greens Theorem to find the work done by the...Ch. 16.4 - A particle starts at the origin, moves along the...Ch. 16.4 - Use one of the formulas in (5) to find the area...Ch. 16.4 - If a circle C with radius 1 rolls along the...Ch. 16.4 - (a) If C is the line segment connecting the point...Ch. 16.4 - Let D be a region bounded by a simple closed path...Ch. 16.4 - Use Exercise 22 to find the centroid of a...Ch. 16.4 - Use Exercise 22 to find the centroid of the...Ch. 16.4 - A plane lamina with constant density (x, y) = ...Ch. 16.4 - Use Exercise 25 to find the moment of inertia of a...Ch. 16.4 - Use the method of Example 5 to calculate C F dr,...Ch. 16.4 - Calculate C F dr, where F(x, y) = x2 + y, 3x y2...Ch. 16.4 - If F is the vector field of Example 5, show that C...Ch. 16.4 - Complete the proof of the special case of Greens...Ch. 16.4 - Use Greens Theorem to prove the change of...Ch. 16.5 - Find (a) the curl and (b) the divergence of the...Ch. 16.5 - Find (a) the curl and (b) the divergence of the...Ch. 16.5 - Find (a) the curl and (b) the divergence of the...Ch. 16.5 - Find (a) the curl and (b) the divergence of the...Ch. 16.5 - Find (a) the curl and (b) the divergence of the...Ch. 16.5 - Find (a) the curl and (b) the divergence of the...Ch. 16.5 - Find (a) the curl and (b) the divergence of the...Ch. 16.5 - Find (a) the curl and (b) the divergence of the...Ch. 16.5 - The vector field F is shown in the xy-plane and...Ch. 16.5 - The vector field F is shown in the xy-plane and...Ch. 16.5 - The vector field F is shown in the xy-plane and...Ch. 16.5 - Let f be a scalar field and F a vector field....Ch. 16.5 - Determine whether or not the vector field is...Ch. 16.5 - Determine whether or not the vector field is...Ch. 16.5 - Determine whether or not the vector field is...Ch. 16.5 - Determine whether or not the vector field is...Ch. 16.5 - Determine whether or not the vector field is...Ch. 16.5 - Determine whether or not the vector field is...Ch. 16.5 - Is there a vector field G on 3 such that curl G =...Ch. 16.5 - Is there a vector field G on 3 such that curl G =...Ch. 16.5 - Show that any vector field of the form F(x, y, z)...Ch. 16.5 - Show that any vector field of the form F(x, y, z)...Ch. 16.5 - Prove the identity, assuming that the appropriate...Ch. 16.5 - Prove the identity, assuming that the appropriate...Ch. 16.5 - Prove the identity, assuming that the appropriate...Ch. 16.5 - Prove the identity, assuming that the appropriate...Ch. 16.5 - Prove the identity, assuming that the appropriate...Ch. 16.5 - Prove the identity, assuming that the appropriate...Ch. 16.5 - Prove the identity, assuming that the appropriate...Ch. 16.5 - Let r = x i + y j + z k and r = |r|. 30. Verify...Ch. 16.5 - Let r = x i + y j + z k and r = |r|. 31. Verify...Ch. 16.5 - Let r = x i + y j + z k and r = |r|. 32. 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The part of the...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 40. The part of the...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 41. The part of the...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 42. The part of the...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 43. The surface z =...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 44. The part of the...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 45. The part of the...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 46. The part of the...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 47. The part of the...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 48. The helicoid (or...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 49. The surface with...Ch. 16.6 - Find the area of the surface. 50. 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(b) What...Ch. 16 - (a) Write the definition of the line integral of a...Ch. 16 - (a) Define the line integral of a vector field F...Ch. 16 - State the Fundamental Theorem for Line Integrals.Ch. 16 - (a) What does it mean to say that C F dris...Ch. 16 - State Greens Theorem.Ch. 16 - Write expressions for the area enclosed by a curve...Ch. 16 - Suppose F is a vector field on 3. (a) Define curl...Ch. 16 - If F = P i + Q j, how do you determine whether F...Ch. 16 - (a) What is a parametric surface? What arc its...Ch. 16 - (a) Write the definition of the surface integral...Ch. 16 - (a) What is an oriented surface? Give an example...Ch. 16 - State Stokes Theorem.Ch. 16 - State the Divergence Theorem.Ch. 16 - In what ways are the Fundamental Theorem for Line...Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - Determine whether the statement is true or false....Ch. 16 - A vector field F, a curve C, and a point P are...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the line integral. 2. C x ds, C is the...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the line integral. 3. C yz cos x ds, C: x...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the line integral. 4. C y dx + (x + y2)...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the line integral. 5. C y3 dx + x2 dy, C...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the line integral. 6. C xy dx + ey dy +...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the line integral. 7. C xy dx + y2 dy +...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the line integral. 8. C F dr, where F(x,...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the line integral. 9. C F dr, where...Ch. 16 - Find the work done by the force field F(x, y, z) =...Ch. 16 - Show that F is a conservative vector field. Then...Ch. 16 - Show that F is a conservative vector field. Then...Ch. 16 - Show that F is a conservative and use this fact to...Ch. 16 - Show that F is a conservative and use this fact to...Ch. 16 - Verify that Greens Theorem is true for the line...Ch. 16 - Use Greens Theorem to evaluate C 1+x3dx + 2xydy...Ch. 16 - Use Greens Theorem to evaluate C x2y dx xy2dy,...Ch. 16 - Find curl F and div F if F(x, y, z) = e-x sin y i...Ch. 16 - Show that there is no vector field G such that...Ch. 16 - If F and G are vector fields whose component...Ch. 16 - If C is any piecewise-smooth simple closed plane...Ch. 16 - If f and g are twice differentiable functions,...Ch. 16 - If f is a harmonic function, that is, 2f = 0, show...Ch. 16 - (a) Sketch the curve C with parametric equations x...Ch. 16 - Find the area of the part of the surface z = x2 +...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the surface integral. 27. S z dS, where S...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the surface integral. 28. s (x2z +...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the surface integral. 29. S F dS, where...Ch. 16 - Evaluate the surface integral. 30. S F dS, where...Ch. 16 - Verify that Stokes Theorem is true for the vector...Ch. 16 - Use Stokes Theorem to evaluate s curl F dS, where...Ch. 16 - Use Stokes Theorem to evaluate C F dr, where F(x,...Ch. 16 - Use the Divergence Theorem to calculate the...Ch. 16 - Verify that the Divergence Theorem is true for the...Ch. 16 - Compute the outward flux of F(x, y, z) =...Ch. 16 - Let F(x, y, z) = (3x2 yz 3y) i + (x3z 3x) j +...Ch. 16 - Let F(x, y) = (2x3+2xy22y)i+(2y3+2x2y+2x)jx2+y2...Ch. 16 - Find S F n dS, where F(x, y, z) = x i + y j + z k...Ch. 16 - If the components of F have continuous second...Ch. 16 - If a is a constant vector, r = x i + y j + z k,...Ch. 16 - 1. Let S be a smooth parametric surface and let P...Ch. 16 - Find the positively oriented simple closed curve C...Ch. 16 - Let C be a simple closed piecewise-smooth space...Ch. 16 - Prove the following identity: (F G) = (F )G + (G...Ch. 16 - The figure depicts the sequence of events in each...

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