Complex Fds dot proctuduct integral

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
F(x,y)=<2xy,x^2+y^2>, the path is part of the unit circle in the 1st quadrant. And I'm supposed to calculate ∫F°ds given that info

2. Relevant equations
My question is if this equation would apply to the following problem
∫F°ds=θ21
Since this is a circular equation.

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 Quote by Unart 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data F(x,y)=<2xy,x^2+y^2>, the path is part of the unit circle in the 1st quadrant. And I'm supposed to calculate ∫F°ds given that info 2. Relevant equations My question is if this equation would apply to the following problem ∫F°ds=θ2-θ1 Since this is a circular equation.
Not sure where you got that equation, but no, it wouldn't.

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