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- Let ##f(x,y) =\frac{-y}{x^2+y^2} \hat{i} + \frac{x}{x^2+y^2}\hat{j}## for all ## (x,y) \not= (0,0),## and ##C: x= \cos {(t)}, y = \sin{(t)} , 0\leq t \leq 2\pi.##

(a) Show that ##f = \nabla F,## for ##F(x,y)= \tan^{-1}{\bigg(\frac{y}{x}\bigg)}##

(b)Show that ## \displaystyle\oint_C f\cdot dr = 2\pi.## Does this contradict the following corollary 4.6 ? If yes, explain, If no, explain.

I don't have any idea to answer these questions. I am working on it by searching the reference books where similar questions have been solved by authors. Meanwhile, any member of Physics Forums may help me in answering these questions.

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