uneskovogl5
2021-11-16
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Evaluate the line integral, where C is the given curve. integral C $x{e}^{yzds}$ C is the line segment from $(0,0,0)$ to $(1,2,3)$

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Jennifer Hill

Answered 2021-11-17
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Step 1

Let C the line segment from

where we chose

Hence we have

and we have in scalar form the parametric equations

for C :

To detemine the line integral:

we first determine ds:

Step 2

Now changing to the variable

Finally:

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