# Finding line integral

1. Apr 8, 2009

### -EquinoX-

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

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2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

Okay I already got the result for the line integral along the circle, but I am confused how to get the line integral in the x-axis? To get the final result I just need to add both, right?

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2. Apr 8, 2009

### Billy Bob

Could try x=t for $$0\le t\le 6$$ and $$y\equiv 0$$. Then add both, as you said.

OR, try another method. Is the integral path independent?

3. Apr 8, 2009

### -EquinoX-

yes I guess..it's path independent