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I wanted to thank you for the reply on my other problem, it was indeed very helpful and this is a very strange problem. So here goes :yuck: :

Compute the work done by the force field F(x,y,z) = <4y,2xz,3y> acting on an object as it moves along the helix defined parametrically by

x=2 cos t, y=2 sin t, z=3t, from the point (2,0,0) to the point (-2,0,3(pi)).

Thanks

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