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Use Green’s first identity to show that if $f$ is harmonic on $D,$ and if $f(x, y) = 0$ on the boundary curve $C,$ then $\iint_D\lvert \triangledown f\rvert^2~dA = 0$. (Assume the same hypotheses as in the previous exercise.)

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