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ajprincess Group Title

Can someone plzz explain me line integral?

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  1. UnkleRhaukus Group Title
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    an integral is simply a sum of infinitesimal terms, a line integral is the sum of the infinitesimal lengths that corresponds to the length of the line over the given interval

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    In a standard integral, the domain over which you sum the terms is defined by a mathematical numerical interval [-5;5] for instance. In a linear integral, the domain is defined geometrically as a path C between two points A and B. For instance, work done by a moving force is the sum of all the infinitesimal works done along the path. Hence a geometrical domain of integration that can be converted in numerical terms if necessary.

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    Thanxx a lot for the explanation

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