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## Homework Statement

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

I've been reading up on surface integrals for several hours now but I can't get my head around this at all.

There are just too many things flying around.

Do I project dS onto a single plane and work it out as dA = dS/n.k? (where n is unit normal vector of surface and k is unit vector in z direction). This was my original plan but when I go through the steps I end up with a.dS = 0.

Or is it a Stoke's Theorem thing?

Or Divergence theorem?

I thought I had these things nailed last night, but now I'm quite overwhelmed.

Thanks for any pointers.