Stokes' Theorem
I'm trying to evaluate the line integral around the curve obtained by intersecting the cylinder x^2+z^2=1 with the plane y=3. The vector field is F=<3xz, e^(xz), 2xy> and the curve is oriented counterclockwise when viewed from the right.

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__where 0 <=u<=1 and 0<=v<=2*pi. The curl of F and the cross product of the partials of r(u,v) are quite long, but I got an answer of 6*pi which is far from the answer in the solution key.__

F(r) . r' right?

For the line integral it is, but we are supposed to use Stokes' theorem

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