Determine the line integral along the curve C from A to B. Find the parametric form of the curve C Use the vector field:\overrightarrow{F}=[-bx cy]Use the following values: a=5.b=2.c=3

Anish Buchanan 2021-09-10 Answered

Determine the line integral along the curve C from A to B. Find the parametric form of the curve C
Use the vector field:
\(\overrightarrow{F}=[-bx\ cy]\)
Use the following values: \(a=5,\ b=2,\ c=3\)

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