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(1 point) Let F--5yi 4zj. Use the tangential vector form of Green's Theorem to compute the circulation integral cF -dr
where C is the positively oriented circle z2y1.
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Transcribed Image Text:(1 point) Let F--5yi 4zj. Use the tangential vector form of Green's Theorem to compute the circulation integral cF -dr where C is the positively oriented circle z2y1.
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