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Consider the line integral

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i get how to find the parametize equations. what i dont get is how they find the upper and lower bounds for the integrals.

so for c1= y=0 ; x =t ; 0 c3 x=1-t; y=2-2t; 0

the upper and lower bound limits for integration?

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    $\begingroup$ Hi bc5803, welcome to MSE! I'm afraid the images you uploaded are far too small to see, could you please upload larger images? $\endgroup$ – bounceback May 12 at 22:12
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    $\begingroup$ hi. i resubmitted it just now. sorrry $\endgroup$ – bc5803 May 12 at 22:18
  • $\begingroup$ They haven't yet, in the images you have submitted. Could you please show Step 3 of 7? $\endgroup$ – bounceback May 12 at 22:24
  • $\begingroup$ i dont really need to know steps 3 to 7. i just need to know how you get the upper and lower bounds for integrations. thats all. $\endgroup$ – bc5803 May 12 at 22:32
  • $\begingroup$ Instead of posting images of critical parts of your questions, take the time to enter that information as text. Images are neither searchable nor accessible to screen readers, nor do they show up in summaries. MathJax is used here for formatting mathematical expressions. You can find a quick reference here. $\endgroup$ – amd May 13 at 1:44

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