 16.2.1: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.2: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.3: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.4: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.5: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.6: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.7: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.8: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.9: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.10: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.11: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.12: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.13: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.14: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.15: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.16: Evaluate the line integral, where is the given curve.
 16.2.17: Let be the vector field shown in the figure. (a) If is the vertical...
 16.2.18: The figure shows a vector field and two curves and . Are the line i...
 16.2.19: Evaluate the line integral , where is given by the vector function .
 16.2.20: Evaluate the line integral , where is given by the vector function .
 16.2.21: Evaluate the line integral , where is given by the vector function .
 16.2.22: Evaluate the line integral , where is given by the vector function .
 16.2.23: Use a graph of the vector field F and the curve C to guess whether ...
 16.2.24: Use a graph of the vector field F and the curve C to guess whether ...
 16.2.25: (a) Evaluate the line integral , where and is given by , . ; (b) Il...
 16.2.26: (a) Evaluate the line integral , where and is given by , . ; (b) Il...
 16.2.27: Find the exact value of , where is the part of the astroid , in the...
 16.2.28: Find the exact value of , where and is the line segment from to .
 16.2.29: If C is the curve with parametric equations , , , use a calculator ...
 16.2.30: (a) Find the work done by the force field on a particle that moves ...
 16.2.31: A thin wire is bent into the shape of a semicircle , . If the linea...
 16.2.32: Find the mass and center of mass of a thin wire in the shape of a q...
 16.2.33: (a) Write the formulas similar to Equations 4 for the center of mas...
 16.2.34: Find the mass and center of mass of a wire in the shape of the heli...
 16.2.35: If a wire with linear density lies along a plane curve its moments ...
 16.2.36: If a wire with linear density lies along a space curve , its moment...
 16.2.37: Find the work done by the force field in moving an object along an ...
 16.2.38: Find the work done by the force field on a particle that moves alon...
 16.2.39: Find the work done by the force field on a particle that moves alon...
 16.2.40: The force exerted by an electric charge at the origin on a charged ...
 16.2.41: A 160lb man carries a 25lb can of paint up a helical staircase th...
 16.2.42: Suppose there is a hole in the can of paint in Exercise 41 and 9 lb...
 16.2.43: (a) Show that a constant force field does zero work on a particle t...
 16.2.44: The base of a circular fence with radius 10 m is given by . The hei...
 16.2.45: An object moves along the curve shown in the figure from (1, 2) to ...
 16.2.46: Experiments show that a steady current in a long wire produces a ma...
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