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# Line integrals watch

1. "Evaluate the line integral where the path c start at the origin and take the following paths O to A"

The example I am stuck on is a straight line that starts from (0,-1) and finishes at A(3,2).....being a straight line, the equation for that line is y = x-1 but I am not sure what to do next or what the limits would be in this?

Thanks.

nm guys, I have solved it!
2. (Original post by JohnnySPal)
What's the quickest way to get from (0,0,0) to (1,1,1)? Straight line methinks.
Problem solved! Thanks anyway

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