Find the work realized by field to move a particle from the initial point to end point of the curve where How is the integral ???
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Can I use green's theorem?
Originally Posted by Apprentice123 Can I use green's theorem? Greens theorem is only valid for piecewise simple closed curves, and this path is not closed. You should be able to finish from here
Last edited by TheEmptySet; May 1st 2009 at 06:35 PM. Reason: wrote the wrong equation down
Originally Posted by TheEmptySet Greens theorem is only valid for piecewise simple closed curves, and this path is not closed. You should be able to finish from here Not is ??
Originally Posted by Apprentice123 Not is ?? I was a bit careless with notation These are Vectors and the dot means the dot product Then this gives the bottome integral in the post before
Last edited by TheEmptySet; May 1st 2009 at 06:35 PM.
Originally Posted by TheEmptySet I was a bit careless with notation These are Vectors and the dot means the dot product Then this gives the bottome integral in the post before What I said was: What did you do with ?
Originally Posted by Apprentice123 What I said was: What did you do with ? Ahhh. I see why you are confused. Sorry I have edited the above posts, I wrote down the wrong equation and had y instead of x^2.
Originally Posted by TheEmptySet Ahhh. I see why you are confused. Sorry I have edited the above posts, I wrote down the wrong equation and had y instead of x^2. Ok. Thank you
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