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Conservative line integral

  1. Dec 5, 2016 #1
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    I am having question with part c , for both c1 and c2 , here's my working for c1 , i didnt get the ans though . My ans is -5 , but the given ans for c1 and c2 is 27 , is the ans wrong ? Or which part i did wrongly ?

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  3. Dec 5, 2016 #2

    Charles Link

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    ## z=0 ## in the ## \hat{j} ## term, and the ## \hat{k} ## term in ## d \vec{r}/dt ## equals zero, so that both the ## \hat{j} ## and ## \hat{k} ## terms are equal to zero. You left off the ## t ## term in the ## \hat{i} ## integral term. With these corrections, I think you will get the correct answer.
     
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