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    Line integral and Green's theorem

    Hey guys, I tried to solve this problem "million" times and I can't get the same result. Can you see what is wrong here, please?
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    Re: Line integral and Green's theorem

    if $L_3$ is from $B$ to $A$ (positive orientation) then we get

    $$\int _{L_1}= 2$$

    $$\int _{L_2}= \frac{2}{3}$$

    $$\int _{L_3}= 2$$

    and by Green's Theorem we get twice the area enclosed which gives $\frac{14}{3}$
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