A torus of radius 10 (and cross-sectional radius 1) can be represented parametrically by the function The surface area of the torus is
A sphere of radius 2 is centered at the origin. It may be viewed as a parametrized surface Here is the attached problem that i could not solve for my vector calculus class
flux of the vector field F = (x^3, y^3, z^2) across the surface of the region that is enclosed by the circular cylinder x^2 + y^2 = 9 and the planes z = 0 and z = 4.
the outward flux of the vector field F=(x^3, y^3, z^2) across the surface of the region that is enclosed by the circular cylinder x^2 + y^2 = 9 and the planes z=0 and z=3
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narrative description of square root of 100
of the 50,000 that natasha pocketed over her last real state deal 20,000 went to charity she invested part of the reminder in dreyfus new leaders fund wirh an annual yield of 25% if she made 6060 on the investments in 1 year, then how much did she invest in each fund.
At noon, ship A passes the point P that is 9 km east of a harbour, heading due south at 10 km/h. At 9 a.m., ship B had left the harbour, sailing due south at 4 km/h. Give an expression for dA , the distance between ship A and the point P, in terms of t , the number of hours after noon.
((pi ^ 2) + 4) / ((pi ^ 2) - 4) + 1 = 3,3629 formula for = ?
312 % 12 =
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