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##### That CAN'T be true! / Re: Does Stokes' theorem equality produces the right results?

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**Yesterday**at 00:22:26The area integral has precedence, The result of an integral is a length, area or volume. I my opinion any other application is false since Eudoxus (b. 390 BC) discovered that the area of a circle is proportional to the radius squared, and, Archimedes (b. 212 BC) derived the area equation for a circle using pi which was the most advance mathematics of the time. Determine the exact area of an equation was monumental achievement that modern physicists are attempting to destroy.