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compute the line integral of A= r sin^2(theta) r(hat)- r cos(theta)sin(theta) (theta(hat) + r(phi) I attached a document that might make you better

compute the line integral of

A= r sin^2(theta) r(hat)- r cos(theta)sin(theta) (theta(hat) + r(phi)

I attached a document that might make you better understand the problem. I think it has to solved in spherical coordinates but I'm not sure.
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Solution:
Taking line integral of function: Line element of a spherical coordinate is given as: Converting the x y z coordinate range to At (0,0,0) r=0 At(1,0,0) r=1
Hence r varies from 0 to 1 At...

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