1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Let C be the boundary of the domain enclosed between y = x^2 and y = x. Assuming C is oriented counterclockwise. Evaluate the integral ∫c (6xy+e^(-x^2))dx 2. Relevant equations I was thinking of using Green's Theorem. Would be the approach be correct? 3. The attempt at a solution d/dy (6xy+e^(-x^2))dx = 6x, and integrate that I got 3x^2 What would be the limit? Would the problem be double integral since there is no "dy". Would the limit be from 0 to 1 since y = x^2 is a parabola, and y = x is a diagonal line through the origin? What about the dy? Would it need to be added? How?