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Find the exact value of $\int_{C} x^{3} y^{5} d s,$ where $C$ is the part of

the astroid $x=\cos ^{3} t, y=\sin ^{3} t$ in the first quadrant.

$\frac{945}{16,777,216} \pi$

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Campbell University

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Idaho State University

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Vector Calculus