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    Work done by a force field (Vector Fields)

    Find the work done by the force field:

    F = (y^2 * cosx + z^3)i + (2ysinx-4)j + (3xz^2 + 2)k

    in moving a particle along the curve:

    x = arcsin(t)
    y = 1-2t
    z = 3t-1 0<t<1
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    Calculate the integral



    where F is the force applied and c the underlying curve.
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    Am I supposed to go through and find a potential for F? Im kinda lost on this one
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