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## Homework Statement:

- (question is attached below)

## Relevant Equations:

- ∮Pdx+Qdy=∬ [ (∂Q/∂x)-(∂P/∂y)]dA

I got stuck here, how to integrate e^(y^2), I searched but it's something like error function

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## Homework Statement:

- (question is attached below)

## Relevant Equations:

- ∮Pdx+Qdy=∬ [ (∂Q/∂x)-(∂P/∂y)]dA

I got stuck here, how to integrate e^(y^2), I searched but it's something like error function

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Try changing the order of integration.

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But you usually parametrize the curve along which you integrate. Edit: Change the limits of integration accordingly when you change the order of integration. These limits should be a function of y alone and not of x. Does that work?

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But you usually parametrize the curve along which you integrate. Edit: Change the limits of integration accordingly when you change the order of integration. These limits should be a function of y alone and not of x. Does that work?

I got this answer after changed the integrating order

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Looks right. Do you have a way of checking? Maybe Wolfram?View attachment 265800

I got this answer after changed the integrating order

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I checked it using Mathway just now, it's correct, thank you.

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