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  1. I am looking for a rigorous proof for the following theorem (which I quote from Schaum Differential Geometry book): "If K#0 at a point P on a surface, show that there is a neighborhood of P in which the points can be put into a 1-1 correspondence with the spherical image of the neighborhood (see Problem 9.57)". Note: K is Gauss curvature.
  2. How to evaluate the following double integral where A,B and C are constants?
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