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hold on for just a second I think I got this.

Please help @satellite73

I can try

thank you. Am I supposed to find an equation with those points?
(-1,5,0) to (1, 6, 4)

You need to paramaterize the line so that you can set up your limits properly.

Why?

how did you come up those equations?

Actually we can't even use Green's theorem rite now since we're in 3D...

Can you please explain how you came up with the parametrization?

Okay - Do you have a visual understanding for what
\[\int\limits_{C}^{}F(x, y, z)ds\] means?

I imagine a line

erm in this case it works but it doesnt have to be a line.

Can you please elaborate?

Well, its actually a line in your problem, whereas you drew a curve.

oh, I'm sorry

Do you need help getting how to parameterize a line?

Yes please

x needs to change from -1 to 1 in 1 second, so I assume you can figure out what line satisfies that.

similar approach for y and z.

That makes sense. Thank you! Gtg for now but I'll be back to complete this problem.

well im not gonna wait on you I cant promise I'll be back to help.

after simplification you still get what @vf321 has, but that is a fool-proof approach to the idea

oh thank you @TuringTest. These were the formulas I was looking for!

as usual :P

Dang it! I forgot again!

once you remember you'll be as quick as me on these things!

This is what I came up with:
\[\sqrt{21}(16)\left[\frac{2}{5}-\frac{9}{4}-\frac{5}{3}\right]\]

ok, let me check...

I got the same :)

Good, thanks =D