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So I'm trying to find the integral of P = 2xyz^2 along the curve c which is defined by:

x=t^2

y=2t

z=t^3

t goes from 0 to 1

So the q says that it is the integral of P dr along c

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

So I know that this should equal the integral of P times mod r'(t) dt..

But if r = (t^2, 2t, t^3) then mod of r'(t) is pretty ugly..and I can't solve the integral..

Any pointers?

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# Homework Help: Line Integral

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