Apply Green’s theorem to find the outward flux for the field F(x,y)=tan^(−1)(y/x)i+ln(x^2+y^2)j

ka1leE 2021-03-05 Answered
Apply Green’s theorem to find the outward flux for the field
F(x,y)=tan1(yx)i+ln(x2+y2)j
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Adnaan Franks
Answered 2021-03-06 Author has 92 answers
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We are given that F(x,y)=tan1(yx)i+ln(x2+y2)j and the curve C defined as the boundary of the given region.
We will be using Greens
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