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Thus, the value of the integral is obtained without reference to the curve joining P1 and P2 . This notion of the independence of path of line integrals of certain vector elds, important to theory and application, is characterized by the following three theorems: Theorem 1. A necessary and su cient condition that A dr be independent of path is that there C exists a scalar function such that A r .
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Theorem 2. A necessary and su cient condition that the line integral, is that r A 0. A dr be independent of path
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Theorem 3. If r A 0, then the line integral of A over an allowable closed path is 0, i.e., A dr 0.
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If C is a plane curve, then Theorem 3 follows immediately from Green s theorem, since in the plane case r A reduces to @A1 @A2 @y @x
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d mv , where m is the mass of an object and v is its velocity. dt When F has the representation F r , it is said to be conservative. The previous theorems tell us that the integrals of conservative elds of force are independent of path. Furthermore, showing that r F 0 is the preferred way of showing that F is conservative, since it involves di erentiation, while demonstrating that exists such that F r requires integration. EXAMPLE. Newton s second law for forces is F
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SURFACE INTEGRALS Our previous double integrals have been related to a very special surface, the plane. Now we consider other surfaces, yet, the approach is quite similar. Surfaces can be viewed intrinsically, i.e., as non-Euclidean spaces; however, we do not do that. Rather, the surface is thought of as embedded in a three-dimensional Euclidean space and expressed through a two-parameter vector representation: x r v1 ; v2 While the purpose of the vector representation is to be general (that is, interpretable through any allowable three-space coordinate system), it is convenient to initially think in terms of rectangular Cartesian coordinates; therefore, assume r xi yj zk and that there is a parametric representation x r v1 ; v2 ; y r v1 ; v2 ; z r v1 ; v2 11
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The functions are assumed to be continuously di erentiable. The parameter curves v2 const and v1 const establish a coordinate system on the surface (just as y const, and x const form such a system in the plane). The key to establishing the surface integral of a function is the di erential element of surface area. (For the plane that element is dA dx; dy.) At any point, P, of the surface dx @r @r dv dv @v1 1 @v2 2
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spans the tangent plane to the surface. In particular, the directions of the coordinate curves v2 const @r @r and v1 const are designated by dx1 dv and dx2 dv , respectively (see Fig. 10-3). @v1 1 @v2 2 The cross product dx1 x dx2 @r @r dv dv @v1 @v2 1 2
   @r @r   is the area of a di erential coordinate is normal to the tangent plane at P, and its magnitude  @v @v2  1 parallelogram.
LINE INTEGRALS, SURFACE INTEGRALS, AND INTEGRAL THEOREMS
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(This is the usual geometric interpretation of the cross product abstracted to the di erential level.) This strongly suggests the following de nition: De nition.
The di erential element of surface area is    @r @r  dv dv dS  @v @v2  1 2 1
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For a function v1 ; v2 that is everywhere integrable on S    @r @r  dv dv dS v1 ; v2  @v @v2  1 2 1
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is the surface integral of the function : In general, the surface integral must be referred to three-space coordinates to be evaluated. If the surface has the Cartesian representation z f x; y and the identi cations v1 x; v2 y; z f v1 ; v2 are made then @r @z i k; @v1 @x and @r @r @z @z j i k @v2 @v2 @y @x Therefore,  "   2  2 #1=2  @r @r   1 @z @z  @v @v  @x @y 1 2 Thus, the surface integral of has the special representation "  2  2 #1=2 @z @z S x; y; z 1 dx dy @x @y
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