**ERIC Number:**ED026238

**Record Type:**RIE

**Publication Date:**1965

**Pages:**75

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Line Integral of a Vector.

Balabanian, Norman

This programed booklet is designed for the engineering student who understands and can use vector and unit vector notation, components of a vector, parallel law of vector addition, and the dot product of two vectors. Content begins with work done by a force in moving a body a certain distance along some path. For each of the examples and problem solving discussions there is given a path whose equation in terms of the coordinates is known and a mathematical expression for the direction and magnitude of the applied force. Through such a series of examples and problem solving discussions, the student is led to the idea of the line integral of a vector. (RP)

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**Sponsor:**Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.

**Authoring Institution:**Syracuse Univ., NY. Dept. of Electrical Engineering.

**Identifiers:**Syracuse University NY