# 2. Evaluate the line integral fxydx + xºy’dy where C is the triangle with vertices с... 2. Evaluate the line integral fxydx + xºy’dy where C is the triangle with vertices с (0, 0), (1, 0), (1, 2) by: (1) Direct integration (ii) Green's theorem [2/3]   ##### Add Answer of: 2. Evaluate the line integral fxydx + xºy’dy where C is the triangle with vertices с...
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