## How do you verify Stokes Theorem?

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## How do you verify Stokes Theorem?

Verifying Stokes’ Theorem for a Specific Case Verify that Stokes’ theorem is true for vector field F ( x , y , z ) = 〈 y , 2 z , x 2 〉 F ( x , y , z ) = 〈 y , 2 z , x 2 〉 and surface S, where S is the paraboloid z = 4 – x 2 – y 2 z = 4 – x 2 – y 2 .

**How do you find unit vector in Stokes Theorem?**

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- We can parametrize this curve by seeing that, since the x,y coordinates lie on the unit circle, we have: C:x(t)=⟨cost,sint,sin2t⟩(0≤t≤2π)
- Taking the vector field: F(x,y,z)=⟨2yz,xz,xy⟩
- S={(x,y,z)∣x2+y2≤1,z=y2}
- S:X(r,θ)=⟨rcosθ,rsinθ,r2sin2θ⟩(0≤r≤1,0≤θ≤2π⏟(r,θ)∈R=[0,1]×[0,2π])

**What is the normal vector in Stokes Theorem?**

The normal vector points in the positive x-direction. But we need it to point it negative x-direction. Therefore, the surface is not oriented properly if we were to choose this normal vector. To orient the surface properly, we must instead use the normal vector ∂Φ∂θ×∂Φ∂r=−ri.

### What is Dr Stokes Theorem?

Stokes’ Theorem Formula The Stoke’s theorem states that “the surface integral of the curl of a function over a surface bounded by a closed surface is equal to the line integral of the particular vector function around that surface.”

**What is curl of a vector state and prove Stokes theorem?**

Stoke’s theorem statement is “the surface integral of the curl of a function over the surface bounded by a closed surface will be equal to the line integral of the particular vector function around it.” Stokes theorem gives a relation between line integrals and surface integrals.

**When can you use Stokes theorem?**

Stokes’ theorem can be used to turn surface integrals through a vector field into line integrals. This only works if you can express the original vector field as the curl of some other vector field. Make sure the orientation of the surface’s boundary lines up with the orientation of the surface itself.

## Which of the following is correct about Stokes theorem?

2. The flux of the curl of a vector function A over any surface S of any shape is equal to the line integral of the vector field A over the boundary C of that surface i.e. It converts a line integral to a surface integral and uses the curl operation. Hence Stokes theorem uses the curl operation.

**Which of the following is correct about Stokes Theorem?**

**When can you use Stokes Theorem?**

### Which of the following represents statement of Stokes theorem?

**Which of the following is Stokes theorem Mcq?**

Stoke’s theorem: The line integral of a vector around closed path L is equal to the integral of curl over the open surface is enclosed by the closed path L.

**What is curl of A vector state and prove Stokes Theorem?**

## Which one is correct Stokes theorem expression Mcq?

Explanation: ∫A. dl = ∫∫ Curl (A). ds is the expression for Stoke’s theorem.