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The value of the integral   ∫C(3x2+ycosx)dx+(sinx−4y3)dy∫C(3x2+ycos⁡x)dx+(sin⁡x−4y3)dy, where CC is an arbitrary path from A(−π,−1)A(−π,−1) to B(2π,1)B(2π,1),...

The value of the integral

  ∫C(3x2+ycosx)dx+(sinx−4y3)dy∫C(3x2+ycos⁡x)dx+(sin⁡x−4y3)dy,

where CC is an arbitrary path from A(−π,−1)A(−π,−1) to B(2π,1)B(2π,1), is:

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