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Topic: Calculating the area of a closed 3-D path or ring
Replies: 23   Last Post: Mar 25, 2013 4:54 PM

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 Frederick Williams Posts: 2,164 Registered: 10/4/10
Re: Calculating the area of a closed 3-D path or ring
Posted: Mar 13, 2013 8:39 PM

"Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz" wrote:
>
> In <513FD11E.93AEB9D8@guy.com>, on 03/12/2013
> at 09:06 PM, Math Guy <Math@guy.com> said:

> >a) if a membrane was stretched across the ring, what would the area
> >of the membrane be?

> >b) if the ring represented an aperture through which some material
> >(gas, fluid) must pass, or the flux of some field (electric, etc).
> >This would be Area B.

> Define what you mean by the surface associated with the ring [...]

I think he has, twice! If definitions are good, two must be better.

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