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    Lightbulb [Solved] Prove Line Integral

    \int_{C} f dx + g dy + h dz

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    We have:

    \cdot d\;\vec{r}\;,\quad (\;\vec{r}=(x.y,z)\" alt="\displaystyle\int_{C} f dx + g dy + h dz=\displaystyle\int_{C} \nabla F(\;\vec{r}\\cdot d\;\vec{r}\;,\quad (\;\vec{r}=(x.y,z)\" />

    Now, apply the Gradient theorem


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