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Asked Dec 6, 2019
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Evaluate ʃC F dr where C is the parabola y = x2 from (0, 0) to (2, 4) and F (x, y) =< −ysinx, cosx >

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Step 1

Given a curve C is a parabola from (0, 0) to (2, 4)

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y = x? and F (x,y) =< -y sinx, cos x > To Find: o Fdr

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Step 2

We write the curve C in the vector form.

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Let x = t implies y = t². Therefore, r(t) =< t, t² > And F =< -y sin x, cos x > in terms of t will be < -t? sin t, cost > Also, r'(t) =< 1, 2t >

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Now, calculate the...

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$ Fdr = F.r'(t)dt .2 <-t? sin t, cost>< 1, 2t > dt (-t2 sint + 2t cos t)dt .2 -2 2t cos t dt..(1) (t? sint)dt +

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