5. For F(x, y) = (2x³ + xy², x²y - 2y³) from problem 4., compute segment from P(1, 1) to Q(2, 2) using the fundamental theorem. [F.Tds along the line

# 5. For F(x, y) = (2x³ + xy², x²y - 2y³) from problem 4., compute segment from P(1, 1) to Q(2, 2) using the fundamental theorem. [F.Tds along the line

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Chapter9: Multivariable Calculus

Section9.3: Maxima And Minima

Problem 27E

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