l discuss using derivatives to find the line integral of a vector function.
The integral formula here is going to become the integral from 0 to 1.
For the second integral, you get the integral from 0 to 1 . When you get the same interval for each, you can consolidate into one function and evaluate the whole thing.
Because we have the same interval for each of these, we can consolidate into one function and evaluate the whole thing over the interval 0 to 1.
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