Thus far my professor showed us 3 ways to compute line integrals:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Direct

Potential (If curl F = 0)

Homotopy

Homotopic curve--- finding a curve q(t) that changes the path of integration, so that the L.I. can be computer much easier.

My question MUST curl of any ForceField always have to be 0 for there to be a homotopy? What are some other restrictions? Thanks!

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