Thanks on the help on the other thread.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I, however, have yet another question. In the line integrals, how is it that we're integrating the various components to the limits of the curves, it seems like the curves really dont matter, just their limits.

Can someone explain how the curves are important too and not just their limits, as many functions can have the same limits ...

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# How can Line integrals curves not matter?

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