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Find the mass of a thin wire lying along the curve r(t) = sqrt(2t) i + sqrt(2t) j + (4 - t2)k, 0<= t<= 1, if the density at t is (a) d = 3t and (b) d = 1.

(a) Given information:

Calculation:

Find the Mass of the wire.

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