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Pretty much, though the limits would be from t=0 to t=2pi, and it's the second form of the integral (i.e. the expanded dot product) that is useful to calculate (by evaluating the definite integral with respect to t).

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OK, thanks.

And, er, yeah, I meant from t=0 to t=2pi.

And, er, yeah, I meant from t=0 to t=2pi.

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