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Homework Help: How do I integrate this equation?

  1. Mar 23, 2010 #1
    http://img717.imageshack.us/img717/4568/integral3.jpg [Broken]

    I can see how to get to

    http://img179.imageshack.us/img179/3193/integral1.jpg [Broken]

    but i'm not sure how the integral works

    I can integrate normal linear equations, trigonometric equations ect..

    someone please show me qualitatively
    Last edited by a moderator: May 4, 2017
  2. jcsd
  3. Mar 23, 2010 #2
    [tex]F_x(x, 0)[/tex] means the [tex]x[/tex]-component of [tex]\mathbf{F}[/tex] at the point [tex](x, 0)[/tex]. Since [tex]\mathbf{F}(x, y) = (y, 2x)[/tex], you compute [tex]\mathbf{F}(x, 0) = (0, 2x)[/tex], therefore [tex]F_x(x, 0) = 0[/tex]. The computation of [tex]F_y(1, y)[/tex] is similar.
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