The problem says to compute the following integral.
[tex]F=<e^y,xe^y,(z+1)e^z> \ \ and \ \ r=<t,t^2,t^3>,0\leq t \leq 1[/tex]
2. The attempt at a solution
Basically when I plug everything in, I get an integral that CANT be solved. At first I thought to use Greens theorem, but I can't because it isn't two dimensional. When I plug everything in, I get..
The only one I can immediate see is possible to do is the last term. MAYBE the second one, but definitely not the first one. (Not one part of it anyway.)
The first part of the question asked to find to potential function and I did that, I don't know if that would be in anyway relevant to this though.