# SOLVED: Calculate the flux JF ds through the surface of the sphere in the figure of the vector field: F(R,0,0) =(nkz J8R 8 cos(e) @ 4R 6 The field is written in spherical coordinate system: The radius

Surface Area of a Sphere (equation derived with calculus)
Surface Area of a Sphere (equation derived with calculus)

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Calculate the flux JF ds through the surface of the sphere in the figure of the vector field: F(R,0,0) =(_nkz J8R 8 cos(e) @ 4R 6 The field is written in spherical coordinate system: The radius Ro is equal to 7. The sphere is centered at x=0, y=0 and z=0 and assume that the normal at the surface is oriented outward:
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Figure: The surface of the sphere used to do the flux or the surface integral of the vector field.

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In this question we have given, if r theta is equal to 1 divide by 4 pi r square multiplied by 8 r cap plus 8 cos theta 5 plus 4 r theta cap, and we have given a sphere, is centered at x, equal to 0 y equal To 0 and z equal to 0 point and we have to calculate the flux, seethe solution sphere is equal to r square sine pi d. Pi d theta is equal to d s: f, dot d s is equal to 8 divided by 4 pi r square multiplied by r square sine pi d, fi d, theta from here r square r square, would cancel our flux. Our flux is 0 to 2 pi integration, 0 to 2 pi integration, 0 to pi 2 divide by pi…

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