This lecture continues discussing "surface integrals" and further illustrates how to integral functions over surfaces. The idea is a generalization of double integrals in the plane. The concept of surface integral has a number of important applications in the field of engineering, for example, calculating the mass of a surface like a cone or bowl.
This is a series of lectures for MATH2111 "Higher Several Variable Calculus" and "Vector Calculus", which is a 2nd-year mathematics subject taught at UNSW, Sydney. This playlist provides a shapshot of some lectures presented in Session 1, 2009. These lectures focus on presenting vector calculus in an applied and engineering context, while maintaining mathematical rigour. Thus, this playlist may be useful to students of mathematics, but also to those of engineering, physics and the applied sciences. There is an emphasis on examples and also on proofs.
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