How do you work out the parameterization for a line integral. I have this example, and the closed curve C bounds the lines y=0, x=2 and y^2 = 8x. In the solution to the problem it states that there are many parameterizations available. So I just wanted to know, how do you work out the parameterization?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Line integral - Advice needed

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