# How to evaluate line integral?

When evaluating a line integral from a say (1,2,3) to (4,5,6), why are the bounds of integration still from 0 to 1. Why doesn't the bound depend on the points of the curve?

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- ted sLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
in this case it would be x in [ 1 , 4] , y in [ 2 , 5 ] and z in [ 3 , 6 ] ...assuming the integration is path independent...something you will either study in the future or you already know .

- Anonymous2 months ago
The bounds are not from 0 to 1, unless you have done some clever change-of-variable trick which makes them so.

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