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- Homework Statement
- Is this vector a function of x and y?

- Relevant Equations
- W = fd

At first I thought that this force vector ## \vec F = 3 \hat x + 2 \hat y ## is a function of ## x ## and ## y ##, which is to say that its magnitude and direction vary with the x and y positions, but this is not so, right? It's just a force with a constant magnitude and direction.

And I can split it up using ## \int \vec F \cdot \, d \vec r = \int F_{x} \, dx + \int F_{y} \, dy ##.