its components M(x,y) and N(x,y) are differentiable functions that satisfy (∂N(x,y)/∂x) – (∂M(x,y)/∂y) = 1-x. a. is it possible for the vector field to be conservative? Explain. b. Let C be x^2+y^2=1 centered at the origin traced counter clockwise. compute the integral ∫F.dr Since, the partial derivatives don't equal each other, they're not conservative. But how should I go about calculating this line integral?