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Show that for F(x,y)=<2xy-3, x^(2)+4y^(3)+5> the line integral F(x,y).dr is independant of path. Then evaluate the line integral for any curve C with initial point (-1,2) and the terminal point (2,3).

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# Last line integral problem (hopefully)

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