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For V = [2(x^2)y] i-( (z^3) + y) j + (3xyz) k, show that Stokes' theorem...

For V = [2(x^2)y] i-( (z^3) + y) j + (3xyz) k, show that Stokes' theorem
holds by calculating both sides of the equation for a square in the x-y plane
with corners at (0; 0; 0), (3; 0; 0), (3; 3; 0), (0; 3; 0) . Confirm that Stokes' theorem only depends on the boundary line by integrating over the surface of a cube with an open bottom The bounding line is the same as before.

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