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I am soooo poor at this kind of proof problem...

Please help me out with this!

Show that

Integral_C y dx + x dy depends only on the endpoints of the arbitrary curve C.

(Hint: find a potential function f of the vector field <y, x> and use that to integrate

along a parametrization r(t) = <x(t), y(t)> of C with endpoints at t = a and t = b.)

I also attached a jpg file!

Thank you,

Maya

Please help me out with this!

Show that

Integral_C y dx + x dy depends only on the endpoints of the arbitrary curve C.

(Hint: find a potential function f of the vector field <y, x> and use that to integrate

along a parametrization r(t) = <x(t), y(t)> of C with endpoints at t = a and t = b.)

I also attached a jpg file!

Thank you,

Maya