Today , we will see how Stokes theorem means that

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Stirringalong boundary lines will cause awhirlinginside."

- Further, we will see how integration of
**F.dl**is the force applied along fluid boundary , i.e the force with which you are moving the spoon along the boundary.

- Also what will happen if a
**bigger spoon**or rod or any other bigger stirring object is used. Since Force = mass x acceleration,.... If mass of stirring object (for eg spoon) increases, what do you think will happen to the Force of curl on the other side of the equals to sign ? So bigger the spoon = more the curling Force.

- And dont forget, since Force = mass x acceleration......so, more velocity of spoon = greater curl experienced within.

- Further, we will see why integral of
**Force along dl**is the right way to denote the stokes theorem and why integration of**Force along dr**is the wrong. - Also what does
and*dl*mean.*dr* - Also whether Stokes theorem works for fluids only or does it work for solid powders like salt, sugar etc.

- Finally, we will see the
**Applications of Stokes Theorem.**

**The above is an excerpt from these eBooks that i have written.**

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