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Evaluate the integral $$\oint_{C}-y^{3} d y+x^{3} d x$$ for any closed path $C.$

The Integral is 0 irrespective of the curve $C$

Calculus 3

Chapter 16

Integrals and Vector Fields

Section 4

Green’s Theorem in the Plane

Vector Functions

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Okay, for this term, we want to use it. Greens, sereno part, partial x, so part of this partial x 0, and this also 0 parnay is also 0, so the integral is just 0.

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