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evaluate integrals F=<2y,-2x> by the region bounded by y=sinx and y=0 for 0
Mathematics
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evaluate integrals F=<2y,-2x> by the region bounded by y=sinx and y=0 for 0
Mathematics
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anonymous
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green theorem i used.
anonymous
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how did you get area of being 2?

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anonymous
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and how would you do in in a circulation form like \[\int\limits_{a}^{b}fx'(t)+gy'(t)dt\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
oooo i missed out the minus
anonymous
  • anonymous
how would you do in in a circulation form?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I eliminated minus from -4. take a look again.
anonymous
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the question said y=sinx and y=0, so it is circulation curve.
anonymous
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but it saus to evaluate both integrals in green's theorem and check for consistency
anonymous
  • anonymous
region bounded with two curves.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok i'll show you the direction method also.
anonymous
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thanks
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anonymous
  • anonymous
actually answer states that both are -8
anonymous
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shouldn't you parametrize it to t?
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