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tompenny

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- Homework Statement:
- Calculate a line integral

- Relevant Equations:
- $$\mathbf{F} = \dfrac{(x, y)} {\sqrt {1-x^2-y^2}}$$

The vector field F which is given by $$\mathbf{F} = \dfrac{(x, y)} {\sqrt {1-x^2-y^2}}$$

And the line integral $$ \int_{C} F \cdot dr $$

C is the path of $$\dfrac{\ (\cos (t), \sin (t))}{ 1+ e^t}$$ , and $$0 ≤ t < \infty $$

How do I calculate this? Anyone got a tip/hint? many thanks

And the line integral $$ \int_{C} F \cdot dr $$

C is the path of $$\dfrac{\ (\cos (t), \sin (t))}{ 1+ e^t}$$ , and $$0 ≤ t < \infty $$

How do I calculate this? Anyone got a tip/hint? many thanks