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comment Finding the flux of the surface $z=a-x^2-y^2$ lying above $z=b<a$
I think I get it! Thank you! :)
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comment Finding the flux of the surface $z=a-x^2-y^2$ lying above $z=b<a$
@user197427, thank you for noticing this error!
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revised Finding the flux of the surface $z=a-x^2-y^2$ lying above $z=b<a$
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comment Finding the flux of the surface $z=a-x^2-y^2$ lying above $z=b<a$
I guess maybe it is obvious when converting it into spherical coordinates, although I unfortunately, I don't think I follow that.
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comment Finding the flux of the surface $z=a-x^2-y^2$ lying above $z=b<a$
I think I partly follow the argument. But, is the surface $2\pi a^3(1-b/a)$ different from $\pi(3a^2-4ab+b^2)/2?$ It seems like the key had a different answer. In your answer, how is the fact used that $z=b<a$?
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revised Finding the flux of the surface $z=a-x^2-y^2$ lying above $z=b<a$
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asked Finding the flux of the surface $z=a-x^2-y^2$ lying above $z=b<a$
May
1
revised Discuss whether the series $\sum \left[(\pi/2)^a - (\arctan n)^a\right]$ converges or not, based on the value of $a$
fixed the sum with latex + other content.
May
1
suggested approved edit on Discuss whether the series $\sum \left[(\pi/2)^a - (\arctan n)^a\right]$ converges or not, based on the value of $a$
May
1
asked Surface integral with domain that contains an infinite cone
Apr
30
accepted Surface integral over parabolic cylinder that lies inside another cylinder
Apr
30
revised Surface integral over parabolic cylinder that lies inside another cylinder
replaced area element with surface element.
Apr
30
comment What is the difference between an integral and an antiderivative and how do their respective relations to the FTC differ?
@user234442, I think antiderivative refers to the actual operation of trying to find a function $F(x)$ such that $F(x)=f(x)$, while the integral refers to the area under the graph (so, there is a meaning to what this new function $F(x)$ represents)..
Apr
30
asked Surface integral over parabolic cylinder that lies inside another cylinder
Apr
7
accepted An improper triple integral where the domain is a cube
Mar
31
comment An improper triple integral where the domain is a cube
@Mark Fantini, it's now in LaTeX! :)
Mar
31
revised An improper triple integral where the domain is a cube
added latex
Mar
31
answered An improper triple integral where the domain is a cube
Mar
31
comment An improper triple integral where the domain is a cube
@KittyL,@cgo,@sranthrop, thank you for your responses! I will use your suggestions to try to solve it again.
Mar
31
asked An improper triple integral where the domain is a cube