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    Line integrals of vector fields

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    Let gamma be given on 0<u<1 by (x,y)=(1-u,u) The vector field (F1,F2) is a gradient field.
    Integral over gamma of Fdx+F2dy Where:
    F1 = x*y^2
    F2 = x^2*y

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