Help with a line integral (Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals)
I am trying to use the Fundamental Theorem of Line integrals to solve this problem. Basically, my problem is to find out if the following function is a gradient function:
H = -yi + xj
I tried integrating both terms, but I cant seem to find any function where the gradient is equal to H. The path I am moving along is from the origin to (3,0), and then from there in a circle of radius 3 around the origin to the point (3/sqrt(2),3/sqrt(2)).
Could anyone help me here?
Re: Help with a line integral (Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals)
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Originally Posted by Pink