# yy along the segment P to Pz of the circular path shown in Fig: P3.4L. P1 = (0, 3) Pz = (-3, 0) Figure P3.41 Problem 3.41.

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3.41 Evaluate the line integral of E = xx – yy along the segment P to Pz of the circular path shown in Fig: P3.4L.
P1 = (0, 3)
Pz = (-3, 0)
Figure P3.41 Problem 3.41.

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in this problem we have given a figure. Let me show you first. So here we have to evaluate the integral is equals to see Xscape multiplied with x minus y. Cap multiplied with y. Along this segment. P one to P two. So see here we have X X is wearing from zero to minus three and Y is wearing from 0 to 3. So here we can see integration, this will be X xy minus Y and why we are and this will be dx and dy So integration this will be double integration. X is a wearing from this would be -3. So this will be 0 to -3 actually So 0 to -3. And why is wearing from so this would be 3-0. So this is 3-0. So X is waiting from 0 to -3 actually. And now first we will integrate with respect to X. So this would be X squared divided with two and this…

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