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Hi, I have worked this problem, but want to know if I did it correctly. If I did not do it correctly I would like to see how to do it. Attached is the problem and my answer. Thanks

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The expert proves one of Maxwell's equations using supplied information.

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Hello and thank you for posting your question to Brainmass.

Obviously, you know your stuff. your proof is correct.

However Since I used to grade this stuff when my students submitted it, here are some tips that will make your teacher like it better :

1. You refer to Stokes theorem, but you don't state it. It doesn't cost you ...

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