Sun K.

asked • 03/24/13

Use the Divergence Theorem to compute the surface integral?

Use the Divergence Theorem to compute the surface integral where Q is the cube -1<=x<=1, -1<=y<=1, -1<=z<=1, F=<4y^2, 3z-cosx, z^3-x>. (Answer: 8)

The divergence of the vector field is 3z^2, which is what I found.

How to set up the integral and solve for it?

Sun K.

Thank you.

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03/24/13

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Robert J. answered • 03/24/13

Certified High School AP Calculus and Physics Teacher

George C. answered • 03/24/13

Humboldt State and Georgetown graduate

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