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lzkelley

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I think you're trying to use path independence, which is also key, but try it another way.

you're looking for the integral of F; and F = grad f... well... what's the integral of grad f?

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You have (9- 12+ 4)- (1/4+ 1- 1). Okay, what number

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Shackleford

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You have (9- 12+ 4)- (1/4+ 1- 1). Okay, what numberisthat?

Well, that answer is 3/4, but the answer in the back of the review has -27/4.

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I think you're trying to use path independence, which is also key, but try it another way.

you're looking for the integral of F; and F = grad f... well... what's the integral of grad f?

I have that written out.

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