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x=cost

y=sin(2t)

z=cos(2t)

0<=t<=2pi

vectorian field:

F=(exp(x^3),3z/(y^2+z^2),-3y/(y^2+z^2))

so the ingral SF*dr (on the curve)

at the direction of t from 0 to 2pi is?

if i assign the parametrion to the field i get 12pi from integrals on y and z

but i still need to proove that the integral there:

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=43059

is zero

and i think its impossible..

i think using stocks is impossible because building sutaible surface to the curve is imposible

any other sugestions?

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# Work integral on hard field

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