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# Solved: In 512, use Stokes theorem to evaluate C F d r. Assume C is oriented ISBN: 9781284105902 342

## Solution for problem 9 Chapter 9.14

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Problem 9

In 512, use Stokes theorem to evaluate C F d r. Assume C is oriented counterclockwise as viewed from above.

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Integrals with partial fractions In this section we are going to take a look at integrals of rational expressions of polynomials and once again let’s start this section out with an integral that we can already do so we can contrast it with the integrals that we’ll be doing in this section. So, if the numerator is the derivative of the denominator (or a constant multiple of the derivative of the denominator) doing this kind of integral is fairly simple. However, often the numerator isn’t the derivative of the denominator (or a constant multiple). For example, consider the following integral.

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