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F dr by parameterizing CC(x,y) and C be the triangle with vertices (0, ± 5) and (2,0) oriented counterclockwise. EvaluateLet FUse a parametric description of C and set up the integral.1dtF.drC0

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F dr by parameterizing C
C
(x,y) and C be the triangle with vertices (0, ± 5) and (2,0) oriented counterclockwise. Evaluate
Let F
Use a parametric description of C and set up the integral.
1
dt
F.dr
C
0
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F dr by parameterizing C C (x,y) and C be the triangle with vertices (0, ± 5) and (2,0) oriented counterclockwise. Evaluate Let F Use a parametric description of C and set up the integral. 1 dt F.dr C 0

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Step 1

Given a triangle with function and the vertices,

F (x, y) and (0, 5).(2,0), respectively.
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F (x, y) and (0, 5).(2,0), respectively.

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Step 2

Draw a triangle with the given vertices and mark the parametrization as shown in below figure.

Step 3

Observed from the above figure th...

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