Let C be the closed, piecewise smooth curve formed by traveling in straight lines between the points (−4, 1), (−4, −2), (2, −1), (2, 6), and back to (−4, 1), in that order. Use Green's theorem to evaluate the following integral. C (2xy) dx + (xy^2) dy
Let C be the closed, piecewise smooth curve formed by traveling in straight lines between the points (−4, 1), (−4, −2),...
(a) Let S be the area of a bounded and closed region D with boundary дD of a smooth and simple closed curve, show that S Jlxy -ydx by Green's Theorem. (Hint: Let P--yandQ x) (b) Let D = {(x,y) 1} be an ellipse, compute the area of D a2 b2 (c) Let L be the upper half from point A(a, 0) to point B(-a, 0) along the elliptical boundary, compute line integral I(e* siny - my)dx + (e* cos...
(b) Let C be the closed curve formed by intersecting the cylinder x2 +y= 1 with the plane x z= 2. Let the tangent to the curve from above. point in the anti-clockwise direction when viewed Calculate the line integral (e (e sin y+ 4) dy+(e(cos z+ sin z)+ay) dz. cos x2yz) dx + (b) Let C be the closed curve formed by intersecting the cylinder x2 +y= 1 with the plane x z= 2. Let the tangent to the...
(a3, y3,4z3). Let Si be the disk in the 12. Consider the vector field in space given by F(x, y, z) xy-plan described by x2 + y2 < 4, z = 0; and let S2 be the upper half of the paraboloid given by z 4 y2, z 2 0. Both Si and S2 are oriented upwards. Let E be the solid region enclosed by S1 and S2 (a) Evaluate the flux integral FdS (b) Calculate div F div F...
Let C be a smooth curve in the xy-plane beginning at (-2,3) andending at (0,-1).Use the Fundamental Theorem of LineIntegrals to Evaluate: + (2xy + 2)dyAnd it has a C at the lower end of the integral sign.
2. (3 pts.) Let C denote the unit circle, oriented clockwise. Evaluate the line integral ydx dy in two different ways: first by parameterizing the curve and using the definition of line integral; then, use Green's theorem. 2. (3 pts.) Let C denote the unit circle, oriented clockwise. Evaluate the line integral ydx dy in two different ways: first by parameterizing the curve and using the definition of line integral; then, use Green's theorem.
Problem 13. (1 point) Use Green's theorem to evaluate [4(-y +y)dx +4(x + 2xy)] dy. where C is the rectangle with vertices (0, 0), (5, 0) (5, 2) and (0, 2). A.1-20 B. I 160 DEI 40 Problem 13. (1 point) Use Green's theorem to evaluate [4(-y +y)dx +4(x + 2xy)] dy. where C is the rectangle with vertices (0, 0), (5, 0) (5, 2) and (0, 2). A.1-20 B. I 160 DEI 40
Evaluate ?(sub C)(x+y)dx-ydy, where C is the closed curve formed by moving alongy= 2x² from (0,0) to (2, 8), and then back along the line segment from (2, 8) to (0, 0), using:(a) Line Integrals(b) Green’s Theorem
QB(27pts)(a). Evaluate the circulation ofF(xy)-<x,y+x> on the curve r(t)=<2cost, 2sinp, foross2n (b) Evaluate J F.dr, where C is a piecewise smooth path from (1,0) to (2,1) and F- (e'cos x)i +(e'sinx)j [Hint: Test F for conservative (c). Use green theorem to express the line integral as a double integral and then evaluate. where C is the circle x+y-4 with counterclockwise orientation. (d(Bonus10 pts) Consider the vector field Foxyz) a. Find curl F y, ,z> F.dr where C is the curve...
there is first question E then there is the question of the value of the line integral ,then quwstion A, then question 1, and the last two pictures are one question Question E (5 points) By Green's theorem, the value of the line integral y 4 is: , where C is the curve given by a) 3 c) 12t d) 27T e) If none of the above is correct, write your answer here in a box rover the line segment...
3) (11 points) Consider the vector field Use the Fundamental Theorem of lLine Integrals to find the work done by F along any curve from 41. 1Le) to B(2. el) 4) (10 points) Consider the vector field F(x.y)-(r-yi+r+y)j and the circle C: r y-9. Verify Green's Theorem by calculating the outward flux of F across C (12 points) Find the absolute extreme values of the function .-2-4--3 on the closed triangular region in the xy-plane bounded by the lines x...
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