Double Integrals, polar coordinates, Stoke's theorem, and Flow line Questions
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Hi Philip, would you mind explaining the steps you took in each question and why using words?

I think the solutions are fairly selfexplanatory. Why don't you read the solutions and let me know if you have ant specific questions.

I added some explanations in the body of the question. Let me know if you have any questions.

Hey Philip. There was an error with the final answer for question 3 and for the evaluation of question 6, it is more complex and we are supposed to take the upper and lower bounds of the equation.

I doubled checked my answer for question 3. It seems to me that there is no mistake. The final answer is 6*5^4 =3750pi. Try the simplified final answer 3750pi.

I attached a more detailed solution for problem 6.
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