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Green's Theorem: Evaluate line integral

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  1. anonymous
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    \[\int\limits_{?}^{c+} (y^2+x^3)dx+x^4dy = \int\limits_{{?}}^{?} \int\limits_{D}^{} 4x^3-2y dA \]

  2. anonymous
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    I was able to get here, but I don't think I use the correct parametrization of the region. The Region is the square of the perimeter of the square with vertices [0;1]x[0;1] in the counter clockwise direction.

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    my parametrization is as follows: x (bottom) = t y (right side) = t x (top) = 1-t y (left) = 1-t do I need to plug these in the last double integral? please help :(

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