Math 241, Section E1H, Fall 2013, Final Exam Information

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Unformatted text preview: the assigned homework problems. Refer back to these examples if you are unsure how to do a particular problem. Many of the exam problems will be of one of these standard types. 16.4: Gre e n's The ore m Green's Theorem for simply connected regions Green's Theorem for regions with "holes" www.math.illinois.edu/~ stefanm/math241- fa13- final.html 2/4 12/22/13 M ath 241, Section E1H, Fall 2013, Final Exam Infor mation Computing areas via Green's Theorem Summary: Green's Theorem (from a previous semester) 16.5: Div e rge nce , Gradie nt, and Curl Divergence (div), gradient (grad), and curl of a vector field Identities for curl(grad(f))) and div(curl(F)) Curl test for a conservative field (3D version of "mixed partials" test) Connected regions and simply connected regions Vector forms of Green's Theorem: tangential version (involving curl)...
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2013 for the course MATH 241 taught by Professor Kim during the Fall '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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