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    Line integral

    Struggling with this integral
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    Show some work so we know where you're stuck!

    1) Parametrize the 2 curves which C is composed of, call them C = \gamma_1 * \gamma_2
    2) \displaystyle \int_C F \cdot dr = \int_{\gamma_1} F \cdot dr + \int_{\gamma_2} F \cdot dr
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    Ok, I just had another go and got Pi+1. Sound right?
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    I got a different answer. I can't help you if you don't show what you've done.
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