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For our surfaces, we will use parametrizations (v.s. section 2).
be a vector field defined over a domain in space.
be a surface whose boundary is the curve
in space; we denote
a unit vector, normal to the surface
We wish to compute the work of
along the intersection
of the cylinder whose equation is x2
=1 with the plane whose equation is x
the interior of the ellipse