I must evaluate where is described by , . . My attempt : . . I don't think I've made it right... Seems hard to solve.
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Originally Posted by arbolis I must evaluate where is described by , . . My attempt : . . I don't think I've made it right... Seems hard to solve. i believe you want , as in the dot product of the vector field and the vector
F(x,y) is a vector field, not a function.
Originally Posted by Random Variable F(x,y) is a vector field, not a function. Ah ok, then I should read how to proceed. Originally Posted by Jhevon i believe you want , as in the dot product of the vector field and the vector I think you're right although the exercise didn't precise any but an .
Originally Posted by arbolis Ah ok, then I should read how to proceed. I think you're right although the exercise didn't precise any but an . yes, i misused the symbol here. textbooks might not put that integral sign unless they want to specify it is a closed curve/contour, but i like the symbol
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