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Stoke's Law Watch

1. Hello,

I'm referring to question 9c Cambridge Maths Tripos IA 2012. We are asked to verify Stoke's for a given surface. I get 20pi/27, 40pi/27 for the surface, line integral respectively. Could anyone have a quick to and verify what the value should actually be?
2. it is easier if you post the question
3. (Original post by the bear)
it is easier if you post the question

Revision of first year for me
4. i think the surface is part of a sphere ?
5. (Original post by twig)
Hello,

I'm referring to question 9c Cambridge Maths Tripos IA 2012. We are asked to verify Stoke's for a given surface. I get 20pi/27, 40pi/27 for the surface, line integral respectively. Could anyone have a quick to and verify what the value should actually be?
I get for both.
6. (Original post by Farhan.Hanif93)
I get for both.
Thanks. ffs copied down B as (-y^2,x^3,z^3). Spent good 30 mins yesterday trying to find the mistake!

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