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Evaluate the line integral, where $ C $ is the given curve.

$ \displaystyle \int_C e^x \, dx $,

$ C $ is the arc of the curve $ x = y^3 $ from $ (-1, -1) $ to $ (1, 1) $

$$

\int_{C} e^{x} d x=e-\frac{1}{e}

$$

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