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I had exam today and i got one task that i am not sure how i should have made it so i hope you can help me with this one

It goes :

Find the line integral (i'm not good with using symbols so i'll do my best here)

integral by line C from (y-z)dx+(z-x)dy+(x-y)dz

int_C ( (y-z)dx+(z-x)dy+(x-y)dz )

and C is given by

(x^2)+(y^2)+(z^2)=1

y=x(sqrt3)

thanx a lot in advance and hope to hear from any of you soon

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# Find the line integral help

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