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Calculating Line Integral

  1. Oct 16, 2007 #1
    Dear Users
    Please help me in starting this problem I have tried my best but all in vain
    Calculate line integral v=X^2{x(Cap)}+2yz{y(Cap)}+y^2{z(Cap)} from origion to point
    (1,1,1) by three different routes
    (a) (0,0,0)→(1,0,0)→(1,1,0)→(1,1,1)
    Now there are three parts in this problem.I want help in what will I consider the limit in 3D case because in example of the line integral of the book (Introducation to Electrodynamics by Griffiths) there is 2D example solved so I want a little help about this part I will do the other 2 parts myself but need help in first part
    Thanks
     
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  3. Oct 16, 2007 #2

    Astronuc

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    Does v look like -
    [tex]v\,=\,x^2\,\hat{x}+2yz\,\hat{y}+y^2\,\hat{z}[/tex]?
     
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