# Verify Green's theorem in the plane for \oint_C (x^3 - x^2y)dx + xy^2 dy, where C is the boundary...

## Question:

Verify Green's theorem in the plane for {eq}\displaystyle \oint_C (x^3 - x^2y)dx + xy^2 dy {/eq}, where {eq}C {/eq} is the boundary of the region enclosed by the circles {eq}x^2 + y^2 = 4 {/eq} and {eq}x^2 + y^2 = 16 {/eq}.

## Green's Theorem:

We will use Green's Theorem to solve the problem here the region lies in between the two circles whose radius is 2, 4 and center is (0,0) and we will use the polar coordinates to solve the problem.

## Answer and Explanation: 1

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View this answerTo solve the problem we will use Green's Theorem:

{eq}\oint F_{1}dx+F_{2}dy=\int \int \left ( \frac{\partial F_{2}}{\partial x}-\frac{\partial...

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